Alexia Korberg

speaker Alexia Korberg

When the Supreme Court agreed to take the case, they were signaling that they were going to revisit the fundamental right to safe and legal abortion.

Alexia Korberg (they/she) is a partner in the Litigation Department at Paul Weiss, where they specialize in complex civil litigation. They represent clients in high-stakes commercial disputes across a range of industries, including private equity, media, banking, technology, and biomedicine. Alexia has significant trial experience and practices in both state and federal courts, including at the appellate levels, and in arbitration. In addition to their robust commercial practice, Alexia has also developed a nationally-recognized constitutional impact litigation practice and has litigated several consequential pro bono matters in courts throughout the country including, most recently, at the Supreme Court in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. Alexia was named a 2021 “Young Lawyer of the Year” by The American Lawyer for their nationally prominent work as a tireless defender of women’s reproductive rights, LGBTQ+ people and immigrants, as well as their high-profile litigation achievements and commitment to improving the legal profession. The New York Law Journal named Alexia a “Rising Star” in 2020; the New York State Bar Association presented them with the “Outstanding Young Lawyer” award in 2020; Benchmark Litigation named them to the “40 & Under Hot List” in 2021 and 2020; the LGBT Bar Association recognized them as one of the “Best 40 LGBTQ+ Lawyers Under 40” in 2019; and the American Bar Association honored Alexia with its “On the Rise Top 40 Young Lawyers” award in 2018.