Attorney Alex Mendoza grew up in East Chicago and attended high school at Bishop Noll Institute and Lake Central High School.
Before beginning his career as an attorney, Alex Mendoza attended DePaul University in Chicago and pursued a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. However, after his sophomore year at DePaul, Alex left for Guadalajara, Mexico, to pursue his dream of playing professional soccer. While Alex was training with professional teams in Mexico, he enrolled in Universidad Autonoma de Guadalajara (UAG), where he was the captain of the soccer team. Alex graduated from UAG with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.
After undergrad, Alex attended and graduated from Indiana University School of Law (Robert H. McKinney School of Law). While in law school, Alex was President of the Hispanic Law Society and clerked for Judge Pardo at the Indiana Board of Tax Review. During his second and third years of law school, Alex clerked at Schiller Law Offices, a small personal injury law firm. After passing the Indiana Bar Exam, Alex worked as an associate attorney at Schiller Law Offices. One year later, Alex took the Illinois Bar Exam and was admitted to practice law in Illinois.
After founding Alex Mendoza Law in Indianapolis, Alex decided that it was time to come back home to Northwest Indiana. Alex Mendoza Law concentrates on personal injury, criminal, and immigration. Attorney Alex Mendoza is admitted to practice in all state courts in Indiana and Illinois, and is also admitted to practice in the Northern District of Indiana. Alex Mendoza is a member of the Lake County Indiana Bar Association, the Indiana Trial Lawyers Association, and the National Criminal Defense Lawyers Association.
Currently, Alex resides with his beautiful wife, son and two daughters in Highland, Indiana. Alex and his family are Christians and worship at Christian Fellowship Church in Hammond, Indiana. In his free time, Alex spends time with his family, coaches his son’s soccer team, practices at the shooting range, and roots for the Chicago Bulls, Chicago Cubs, and the Chicago Bears.
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