Alexander Haberbush, Esq.
Juris Doctor, Chapman Fowler School of Law
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, BIOLA University
Alexander is the Founder and President of the Lex Rex Institute and currently spearheads LRI’s involvement in constitutional jurisprudence.
He is experienced in constitutional litigation in federal and state appellate courts at all levels in extensive collaborations with a wide variety of legal and nonprofit organizations, including the Claremont Institute, Judicial Watch, the Election Integrity Project, the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, and the American Center for Law and Justice.
In 2017, he worked successfully with Judicial Watch and the Election Integrity Project to secure the integrity of California’s voter rolls (Judicial Watch, Inc. v. Dean Logan, 2017).
On behalf of the National Institute of Family and Life Advocates, Alexander successfully fought to overturn California’s FACT Act (NIFLA v. Becerra, 2018). He has also represented amicus curiae in cases before the Supreme Court, ranging from First Amendment defense to the defense of constitutional separation of powers in Gundry v. U.S., 2018.
In his community, Alexander has a proven record in his position as Vice President of Operations for Equitable Transitions, Inc., and as an attorney at the law firm Haberbush, LLP, of helping struggling small and medium sized businesses to remain open and forge paths forward.
He is available for legal representation in constitutional matters and speaking engagements on all aspects of the Constitution’s meaning, history, and legal application. Alexander also has a passion for imparting the ideals of constitutional government to our posterity and, to that end, is available for virtual and in-person presentations on the continuing relevance of the Constitution to American public life.