Alicia Ubeda Harvey practices in the areas of estate planning, estate litigation, probate, and business transactions.
Alicia was born in Colorado and grew up overseas, mostly in Germany and the Netherlands. After receiving her undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto, she served as an Agriculture and Food Security Peace Corps Volunteer in Nicaragua, Central America, where she became fluent in Spanish. Alicia settled in Albuquerque with her husband in 2017.
Alicia graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Law, magna cum laude. During law school, she was a judicial extern at the New Mexico Court of Appeals for Judge Miles Hanisee, and she also interned at New Mexico’s Law Offices of the Public Defenders. Alicia received the Margaret Keiper Dailey Award for her contributions to the Westside Shelter Project, while enrolled in the Community Lawyering Clinic at the University of New Mexico.
In 2021, Alicia took a leave of absence from the firm to serve as Judge Katherine Wray’s first law clerk, shortly after she was appointed to the New Mexico Court of Appeals. Alicia assisted Judge Wray with drafting and editing opinions, as well as researching a wide variety of civil, criminal, and administrative law issues that the Court considered during her clerkship.
In her free time, Alicia enjoys hiking and spending time with her dogs and extended family.
University of New Mexico School of Law, J.D., 2020
University of Toronto, B.A., Environmental Policy and Practice, 2010