Title IX Staff Attorney
Alexis King, Esq.

Before joining RMvlc, Alexis was a public servant and advocate for criminal justice reform. Alexis served as a prosecutor for ten years in Jefferson & Gilpin counties, where she managed complex cases of the most serious nature. Alexis led the office’s Human Trafficking Unit in partnership with the FBI’s Innocence Lost Task Force and informed policy decisions statewide via her gubernatorial appointment to the Colorado Human Trafficking Council. In 2017, Alexis was welcomed by the Denver County Court to serve as a magistrate where she gained a new perspective on justice. Her focus turned to bond practices, minimizing pretrial incarceration and creating the first countywide symposium on procedural fairness. Alexis was born and raised in Colorado. She graduated with honors from Hollins University in Virginia. She returned to Colorado and worked for T.E.S.S.A., a domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy non-profit. She graduated from the Sturm College of Law at the University of Denver and clerked for the Honorable William D. Robbins in Denver District Court. Alexis spends her free time outdoors with family.