Alexis Hoag Biography
Alexis Hoag is a media personality serving as an on-air contributor at CBS News. She is also Assistant Professor of Law in Brooklyn Law School. Previously, she served as the inaugural practitioner-in-residence at Columbia University’s Eric H. Holder Initiative for Civil & Political Rights.
Alexis Hoag Age
She is 39 years old. She was born on Apr 3, 1982.
Alexis Hoag Height
She is tall in stature however her height is undisclosed.
Alexis Hoag Education
Hoag received a Bachelor of Arts in American Studies from Yale University in 2004. She also earned a J.D. from New York University School of Law in 2008.
Alexis Hoag Parents
She is the daughter of Candace E. Hoag, a lawyer from Olympia, Wash and Zachary Joseph Mbuya. Her father moved to the US at age 36, in the midst of mass public demonstrations for Black equality, to start a new life.
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Alexis Hoag wife
Alexis and Brittany Jill Soler were married in March 2014 at the Brooklyn Municipal Building. Marie R. Lennon, a deputy city clerk, officiated. On April 13, 2014 Terry A. Maroney, a friend of the couple, led a ceremony incorporating Jewish traditions at One, an event space in Nashville.
Hoag who was 31 years then took her wife’s name Soler who was 25 years. When they married, Soler was the general manager and a bartender at No. 308, a bar in Nashville owned by her sister. She graduated cum laude from Northeastern University. She is also the daughter of Eileen M. Soler of Miami and Rolando J. Soler of Wellington, Fla.
Alexis Hoag Daughter
She does not have her biological children. However she has a goddaughter who aspires to be a lawyer just like her mother and grandmother.
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Alexis Hoag CBS News
Hoag is an on-air contributor at CBS News since April 2021.She leverages her expert legal knowledge inside courtrooms and classrooms to provide credible and illuminating analysis.
In addition to CBS News, Hoag has appeared in print and on-air for various outlets in the United States and abroad, including CBS This Morning with Gayle King, NPR with Brian Lehrer, MSNBC Weekends with Alex Witt, BBC News, Al Jazeera, and Korean Broadcasting System (KBS). She has also appeared on dozens of panels across the United States, and in Nepal with support from the Soros Open Society Justice Initiative.
Hoag was appointed Assistant Professor of Law in Brooklyn Law School in July 2021. She offers courses in evidence, criminal procedure, and criminal law. Hoag also offers a compelling and unique voice on America’s criminal legal system, race, and civil rights. With over a decade of litigation experience, first as a federal public defender and then as senior counsel for the NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund, she provides a fresh and dynamic perspective on this nation’s most pertinent issues. She served as the inaugural practitioner-in-residence at Columbia University’s Eric H. Holder Initiative for Civil & Political Rights, and taught courses in death penalty defense and abolition at Columbia Law School.
Alexis Hoag Net Worth
Her net worth is under review.
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