Alexander H. Schure attended undergraduate school at Whittier College in Los Angeles County, California from 1982 – 1986, majoring in mathematics/computing. Alexander attended Whittier Law School from 1986 – 1989, an institution accredited by the State Bar of California. Alexander was an associate editor of the Whittier Law Review. Alexander received the American Jurisprudence Award in Contract Law and was involved in various other school organizations. Alexander graduated Cum Laude in June, 1989 and took and passed the California State Bar in August 1989.

Alexander worked for the firm of Knobbe, Martens, Olsen and Bear in Newport Beach, California from 1989 through 1991. He then worked for Jacoby & Meyers from early 1992 through 1994, during which time he was appointed to manage the firm’s Redwood City office. Alexander opened his solo practice in Campbell, California on July 1, 1994, and has remained in that location to this date.

Alexander is a member in good standing of the State Bar of California and of the Santa Clara County Bar Association. Alexander offers his time doing pro bono work for the Lawyers in the Library Project giving free legal advice to those unable to afford an attorney. Alexander also regularly volunteers his services as a Pro Tem Judge in the Santa Clara County Superior Court Family Law Division.