Alexander P. Valenti – Law Clerk
Alexander P. Valenti is a native of Louisville, Kentucky where he attended Trinity High School. Alex received his BA in Political Science from Xavier University. He is a recent graduate of Northern Kentucky University’s Chase College of Law, and has been approved by the Kentucky Supreme Court to engage in the temporary practice of law in Kentucky under the supervision of Michael A. Valenti pending his admission to the bar following the remote bar examination to be administered in October 2020.
Alex’s duties at Valenti Hanley include document review, organization and production, legal research and writing, and a variety of other tasks. Alex is an avid hiker, outdoor enthusiast and ultimate frisbee player.
Maggie Fisher – Legal Assistant
Maggie Fisher grew up here in the city of Louisville. She is an alumna of Bellarmine University where she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology. Maggie is passionate about helping others and giving back to those in need. She is actively involved in the community and wants to make the world a better place. Her current hobbies include playing volleyball, walking her beloved dog, Porkchop, taking hikes, kayaking, going to concerts, and traveling the world. Maggie is goal-oriented and is always looking for ways to grow professionally.
Nicholas Valenti – Blog Writer, Law Clerk
Nicholas Valenti was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky and is a graduate of Trinity High School. He is also a graduate of Regis University in Denver, CO where he received a BA in Philosophy. His primary duties at Valenti Hanley are to write relevant and insightful posts for our blog while also participating in the editing process. In addition to these duties, he assists the firm’s attorneys as a law clerk responsible for document review, organization, and production, legal research and writing under the direction of the Firm’s attorneys, and a variety of other tasks. Nick is a voracious consumer of all fields of philosophy and history, as well as an enthusiastic voyager.