Title: Associate Attorney
Company: Bilodeau Capalbo LLC
Location: Cranston, Rhode Island, United States
Alexander David Schultheis, Esq., Associate Attorney at Bilodeau Capalbo LLC, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Lawyers for dedication, achievements, and leadership in the legal industry.
Drawing upon more than a decade of professional experience, Mr. Schultheis is a prominent attorney who has been serving Bilodeau Capalbo LLC as an associate attorney since 2017. Practicing within the realms of bankruptcy, employment law, estate planning, insurance claims and personal injury, he boasts extensive experience in matters of simple disputes, including breach of contract cases, as well as employment discrimination, insurance litigation and zoning matters. Recently appearing before the United States Bankruptcy Court in Rhode Island, he further practices in bankruptcy on both the debtor and creditor sides. Prior to this role, he served in the same capacity for Langlois, Wilkins, Furtado & Metcalf, PC, and The Bottaro Law Firm between 2016 and 2017.
Mr. Schultheis garnered experience as a law clerk with Kelly & Mancini, PC, in 2015, and Tempus Fugit Law LLC from 2014 to 2015. Previously, he served in several legal internships with such firms as the Law Office of Timothy J. Morgan, Esq., the Executive Office of Mayor Allan W. Fung, and the Executive Office of the General Treasurer of Rhode Island, Frank T. Caprio. He has been licensed to practice law within the state and federal courts of both Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
To prepare for his career, Mr. Schultheis pursued formal education at Saint Anselm College, where he earned a Bachelor of Arts in politics and public policy process, magna cum laude, in 2012. He later received a Doctor of Jurisprudence with a concentration in business law and financial services, with distinction, from Suffolk University Law School in 2015. While pursuing his law degree, he served as the lead articles editor for the university’s Journal of High Technology Law. Notably, his article “From One End of the Spectrum to the Other: The Case for Stronger Property Rights in FCC Spectrum Licenses and a Response to Musey’s ‘Spectrum Rationalization Challenge’” was published by the university’s journal. He was also the recipient of the Best Book Review Award for his review of “From Gutenberg to Zuckerberg: Disruptive Innovation in the Age of the Internet.”
In his spare time, Mr. Schultheis enjoys contributing his time to the Immaculate Conception church, where he first served as a first-year confirmation retreat rector in 2007. He continues to serve as a member of the bell choir and as a lector since 2012.
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