MEDIA AND PUBLISHED ARTICLES

Dr. Carole's Couch: Love, Divorce & Custody in the Age of Covid19, October 6, 2020

Here's Looking at You, Journal of the California Association of Certified Family Law Specialists, Winter 2020

Getting the Gett, Daily Journal, October 16, 2017

Arbitration for Divorce Cases, Daily Journal, October 13, 2009

Change – But is it Good for the Family Law Bar?, Daily Journal, December 21, 2010

Confronting the problem of Orthodox divorce, Jewish Journal

Practical Tips on Preparing and Trying Child Custody Cases, LACBA Family Law Symposium

The Effect of Jewish Divorce Law on Family Law Litigation, IAFL Law Journal

The Effect of Islamic Family Law on North American Family Law Issues, previously published in IAFL Law Journal

Scheduled Skyping with Mom or Dad: Communicative Technology’s Impact on California Family Law, Loyola Law School of Los Angeles Entertainment Law Review

Impact of Ebay on Prospective Patent Damages

Jewish Holiday Guide for Custody Visitation Schedules, previously published in LACBA Family Law Symposium

Private Trials, Arbitrations and Other Solutions to Family Law Disputes, LACBA Family Law Symposium

State Of Divorce in America with Tai Glenn and Alexandra Leichter, The Lip TV

Alexandra Leichter is also featured in the film “Women Unchained," is a frequent guest on Bob McCormick’s Money 101 on KFWB and commentator on selective divorce issues on ABC News, and is quoted in various publications such as the Wall Street Journal, N.Y. Times, US Magazine, JOFA Journal, and others.

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