Alex obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in physics from Geneva College and his Masters of Science degree from Rutgers University also in physics. Following a career as a physical science teacher, Alex attended the University of Denver College of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctorate. Immediately following law school, Alex was appointed as the Cheyenne City Attorney while also maintaining a relationship with the firm. Upon leaving the City of Cheyenne he entered full time private practice as a partner in the firm of Patton & Davison. 

Alex is licensed to practice law in Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska and the respective Federal Courts in those jurisdictions and has participated in over two dozen state supreme court appeals. His trial practice has included civil cases in Wyoming, Colorado, Nebraska, Idaho, and Texas. He focuses his practice in the areas of probate, estate planning, business and real estate transactions, agricultural landowner issues, and general civil litigation. In his personal time, Alex and his wife, Esther, enjoy horse packing and working cattle on their ranch.


Managing Member, Patton & Davison
(2016 – Present)
Sr. Partner, Patton & Davison
(1994 – 2015)
Associate, McNiff & Patton
(June, 1988 – January, 1994)
Cheyenne City Attorney
(1989 – 1993)

Admissions & Memberships

Laramie County Bar Association
Wyoming State Bar (admitted 1988)
Colorado State Bar (admitted 1987)
Nebraska State Bar (admitted 1988)


B.S., physics,
cum laude, departmental honors,
Geneva College, 1968
M.S., physics, Rutgers University, 1970
J.D., 1987, Denver University