Kourtney Reed was admitted to the Florida Bar in 2016. She is originally from the small town of Bluffton, Indiana. She was awarded two scholarships to attend nearby Manchester University, where she completed her undergraduate education. As a student at Manchester, Kourtney competed with the college’s mock trial team, as well as Manchester’s Model United Nations team. She attended law school locally in Jacksonville, where she was accepted into the Fast Track Program – a rigorous program which allowed her to complete her law school education in only two years, which was a year faster than her colleagues in the traditional program. In law school, Kourtney was awarded the “Book Award” in the foundational course, Evidence, which goes to the student with the highest grade. She again competed with the mock trial travel team and completed over 100 hours of pro bono volunteer hours. Additionally, Kourtney also participated in the mentor/mentee program, and the Veteran Disability Legal Clinic.
Kourtney began working at The Alexander Law Practice shortly after passing the bar in 2016. At the Alexander Law Practice, she works on all aspects of personal injury case—from intake to lien negotiations. She is a part of the local Jacksonville Bar, as well as the Jacksonville Justice Association and the Florida Justice Association.
When not in the office, Kourtney enjoys traveling to spend time with family and her husband, working out at her local gym, and reading the latest suspense novel.