Services & Industries
J.D., cum laude, Willamette University College of Law, 2021
B.S., Full Sail University, 2016
Bar & Court Admissions
Oregon State Bar
Alex is an associate in Tonkon Torp’s Business Department. She graduated cum laude from Willamette University College of Law in 2021, where she was the recipient of the Presidential Scholarship. At Willamette, Alex served as Executive Editor of the Law Review, a board member on the Moot Court, and Vice President of the Business Law Society. While a law student, Alex worked at Tonkon Torp as a 1L Diversity Fellow and returned the next year to complete a second summer associate term. In this role, she researched memorandums, drafted response actions to several trademark office registration refusals, and drafted merger documents.
In 2016, Alex graduated from Full Sail University in Florida with a B.S. in Music Business, while concurrently working at both Walt Disney World and Universal Studios Orlando.
Outside of work, Alex enjoys exploring Oregon with her wife and their husky Luna, as well as whiskey tastings and games of all kinds.
Community Involvement & Activities
Multnomah Bar Association
Information privacy regulations are constantly evolving, and it can be difficult for businesses to keep up. That’s why it’s crucial to stay informed and take action to comply with the latest regulations and avoid potential legal issues.
If your business has a website, there is a strong chance you will be affected by new and upcoming regulatory changes concerning policies and practices in the collection, storage, and use of website users’ personal information. In their new video installment, information privacy attorneys Parna Mehrbani and Alexandria Wagner-Jakubiak discuss the practical effects of the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA), which was passed in 2020 and went into effect January 1, 2023.
Tonkon Torp attorneys Parna Mehrbani and Alexandria Wagner-Jakubiak hosted a webinar to share updates on far-reaching California privacy laws. The briefing began with a recap of the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, which went into effect in 2020.
Does your business have a website? If so, you are likely to be affected by recent significant regulatory changes surrounding policies and practices in the collection, storage, and use of website users’ personal information.
Alexandria Wagner-Jakubiak joined Tonkon Torp Business Department in the Fall of 2021.
By Alexandria Wagner-Jakubiak and Parna Mehrbani – On Jan. 1, 2023, the California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA) went into full force and effect, heralding a new era of statewide personal information (PI) regulation. The CPRA provides even more protection for California consumers’ privacy rights than previously established under the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018.
Publications & Presentations
“The California Privacy Rights Act of 2020,” March 2023
“California Privacy Rights Act Now Effective,” Tonkon Torp Legal Update, Jan. 2023