Alexander Hood, Esq.


After graduating from law school in 2010, Alex helped to found Towards Justice where he litigated individual wage theft cases on behalf of low-wage workers. As Towards Justice grew, Alex began litigating larger class and collective actions and became the Director of Litigation, heading Towards Justice’s team of lawyers. Since then, Alex and the other fine attorneys at Towards Justice have been at the forefront of impact litigation challenging systemic injustices in the labor market. His cases continue to include an emphasis on wage theft, but also branch out into more novel theories of recovery, including claims touching on anti-competitive and fraudulent labor practices and labor trafficking. In his continued work at Towards Justice, Alex takes tremendous pride in Towards Justice’s leading role in cutting edge litigation that is both creative and novel, while also serving the needs of the communities it seeks to protect.
Prior to law school, Alex was a high school history teacher.
Alex is a graduate of Williams College and Boston College Law School.
Bar Admissions:

Federal District of Colorado
Tenth Circuit
DC Circuit
Ninth Circuit