Alexandra A. Baca


Tel: (951) 826-8347


At a Glance

Alexandra is a litigator who serves a variety of public entity and business clients.

She focuses on real property disputes, including land use and planning issues and inverse condemnation litigation.

Alexandra is an active member of the Riverside County Barristers, the young lawyer division of the Riverside County Bar Association.

Alexandra A. Baca is an associate in the Business practice group of Best Best & Krieger’s Riverside office.

Alexandra is a civil litigator who serves both business and public entity clients. Her practice broadly encompasses all aspects and stages of litigation for clients at both the trial and appellate court levels. Specifically, Alexandra’s litigation practice encompasses contract claims, business disputes, tort litigation, and a variety of real property disputes, including land use and planning and inverse condemnation.

Alexandra works with clients like the cities of Lafayette, Ventura and Apple Valley, the Riverside County Transportation Commission, and several business entities throughout Southern California.

In her spare time, Alexandra is active in local professional and community organizations, including the Riverside County Bar Association and the Riverside County Barristers, where she has served on the Executive Board. She is a graduate of the Riverside Superior Court and Riverside County Bar Association’s New Attorney Academy.

Alexandra grew up in San Luis Obispo, where she developed her passion for working with public entities through active involvement in her community, volunteering in several local political races, and working as a law clerk for a firm that represented the County of San Luis Obispo in tort actions. She now lives in Riverside with her husband, Matthew.

Alexandra is admitted to the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.


  • Chapman University Fowler School of Law, J.D., cum laude
  • University of California, Los Angeles, B.A., anthropology


  • California


  • “The Cost of Sunshine: The Threat to Public Employee Privacy Posed by the California Public Records Act,” Chapman Law Review, summer 2015


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