Alex Dilley is an associate in the Firm's International Trade Group. He represents and advises both domestic and foreign clients on a range of trade remedies matters including antidumping and countervailing duty investigations and administrative reviews, Global Safeguard investigations, Section 232 investigations and exclusion requests, and litigation of trade-related matters before the Court of International Trade. Alex's clients are both exporters and importers in the agriculture, steel, and energy sectors, among others, and are located globally, with a concentration in Latin America. Alex also assists clients in compliance matters related to U.S. customs law and has represented clients before U.S. Customs & Border Protection. Alex is actively engaged in pro bono matters at the firm. He has successfully litigated multiple disability compensation claims on behalf of veterans before the Board of Veterans' Appeals and achieved a favorable result in a child custody dispute on behalf of a mother who was the victim of domestic violence.
In law school, Alex served as an Executive Articles Editor of the Boston College Law Review. Alex has also held internships with Judge O. Rogeriee Thompson of the US Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and Judge Marisa Demeo of the Superior Court of the District of Columbia.
Prior to law school, Alex worked at a strategic communications firm in Washington, DC where he worked on campaigns for congressional authorization of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, passage of Trade Promotion Authority legislation, and the reauthorization of the Export-Import Bank's charter.