Alex Lange is a Senior Director at Trident DMG focused on litigation and strategic communications. With a career spanning public relations firms, the federal government, and private legal practice, Alex brings the multifaceted skills that define Trident’s approach to crisis management and strategic communications.
Alex advises clients embroiled in high-stakes litigation, government investigations, bankruptcies, public controversies, crises, and other sensitive matters. He develops and executes strategies that mesh the client’s legal, communication and, when necessary, political goals, working closely with the C-suite and in-house and outside counsel. His clients have included major international corporations, Silicon Valley start-ups, law firms, higher education institutions, non-profits, high-net worth individuals, political figures, government contractors, and more.
Alex also represents numerous clients in a wide variety of sectors on a range of public relations activities, from providing strategic advice to playing leadership roles in building and executing multi-faceted communications campaigns that support the forward-looking business objectives of clients.
Before joining Trident, Alex worked at a prominent public relations firm in Washington, D.C., handling some of the firm’s most visible clients in a wide range of high-stakes criminal and civil litigation.
Alex earned a B.A. in History from Wake Forest University and a J.D. from the Antonin Scalia Law School at George Mason University where he was an editor at the Journal for International Commercial Law and the Annual Review of International Banking Law & Practice.
Alex is admitted to practice law in Virginia and began his legal career practicing criminal defense law in Northern Virginia. He has also worked for the U.S. Department of Defense and in local prosecutor’s offices in both Virginia and the District of Columbia.
Alex has authored pieces on prominent criminal cases and crisis management published in online political publications, including The Hill.