Justice for Victims Fellow
CSE Institute Suite (Lower Level)
Alexia Tomlinson, Esq. joined the Institute to Address Commercial Sexual Exploitation legal team in September 2019 as the third Justice for Victims Fellow. In this position, Ms. Tomlinson directly engages with victims and survivors of commercial sexual exploitation and sex trafficking by providing direct legal representation. Ms. Tomlinson focuses her practice on the pursuit of post-conviction relief, including vacatur and expungement. In addition, Ms. Tomlinson regularly spends time at the Salvation Army’s New Day Drop-In Center for women in Kensington, where she provides critical Know Your Rights information, conducts legal triage, and gathers data about the legal needs and challenges that victims of commercial sexual exploitation face.
Alexia Tomlinson is a 2018 graduate of Pennsylvania State University’s Dickinson School of Law. Prior to joining the Institute, she served as a law clerk for the Honorable Jeffery D. Wright in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, working on both civil and criminal matters. In this position, she also served as a member of the Lancaster County Veterans Treatment Court. During her time as a law student, Ms. Tomlinson worked in international public interest law with the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia in the Hague, as well as St. Andrew’s Refugee Service in Cairo. She attended Franklin & Marshall College as an undergraduate studying German and History. She is a member of the Pennsylvania Bar.