Alix Rogers joined the Murfreesboro office in June 2019 to practice housing, employment, consumer, education law. In October 2020, Alix started working as a VOCA funded attorney in the Murfreesboro office, where she represents victim-survivors of domestic abuse with family law and other civil legal needs. Alix earned her undergraduate degree in Organizational Communication from Murray State University in Murray, KY and her law degree from Belmont University College of Law. While in law school, Alix clerked two summers with the Murfreesboro Legal Aid office. In law school, she served as the Family Law Society President and Clinic Coordinator for Belmont’s legal aid society, where she logged over 450 pro bono hours and was awarded the Tennessee Supreme Court Law Student for Justice Award. After law school, Alix worked in private practice before joining Legal Aid. She currently serves as the Access to Justice and Restoration Coordinator for the Tennessee Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division, and was awarded the Star of the Quarter award in 2019 for her public service work. She also serves as a board member for Community Helpers of Rutherford County and Murray State University’s Young Alumni Council. In her free time, Alix loves live theater, traveling, and spending time on Kentucky Lake.