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St. Louis, MO


Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury
  • Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices
  • Premises
  • Sexual Abuse Claims & Clergy Misconduct
  • Cannabis Law


  • Washington University School of Law, J.D., 2011
  • Washington University-St. Louis, B.A. in Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Psychology, 2008


  • Missouri
  • U.S. District Courts for the Eastern and Western Districts of Missouri

Practice Description

Alexandra S. Haar focuses her practice on trials involving complex business litigation matters, including product liability (particularly pharmaceuticals), religious/school institution cases involving allegations of abuse/misconduct, professional liability, premises liability, and motor vehicle accidents/personal injury. She also handles criminal matters through the Missouri Coalition for Right to Counsel. In addition, she represents clients in the new and evolving cannabis industry in the Midwest.

Prior to joining HeplerBroom, Ms. Haar served as a judicial law clerk for the Missouri Court of Appeals, Eastern District, and as an Assistant Circuit Attorney for the City of St. Louis. As a prosecutor, she tried several bench and jury trial cases to conclusion in state court. She also has experience handling all phases of the litigation process, including motion practice, discovery, and trial preparation.

Bar/Professional Associations

  • Inns of Court
  • The Missouri Bar
  • Missouri Organization of Defense Lawyers (MODL)

Law School Honors/Involvement

  • Gundlach Fellow
  • Sue Shear Institute for Women in Public Life (2009)
    • Faculty
  • Scholar in Law Award
  • Washington University Law Review (formerly Law Quarterly)
    • Competitions & Development Editor (2010-2011)

Published Legal Writing

  • “Sweet Dreams Aren’t Made of These: How the VA’s Disability Compensation Program Leaves Veterans Alone in the Nightmare of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder,” 88 Wash. U. L. Rev. 969 (2011)

Representative/Recent Case Results

  • Instrumental in obtaining successful results in the Missouri Court of Appeals, including successfully defending a plaintiff’s appeal of an order granting motion to dismiss on statute of limitations grounds. (Wimmer v. Marianist Province, et al., 519 S.W.3d 443; Mo. App. E.D. 2017)
  • Part of team defending against plaintiff’s claims that her perineal use of talcum powder caused her ovarian cancer. Plaintiff asked for tens of millions of dollars in compensatory and punitive damages. Jury returned defense verdict. (Daniels v. Johnson & Johnson, et al., St. Louis City Circuit Court, Missouri, March 2017)
  • Part of trial team defending against claim of intentional failure to supervise clergy. In less than four hours, jury returned defense verdicts in favor of both defendants. (Doe 119 v. Archdiocese of St. Louis and Xiu Hui Jiang, Lincoln County Circuit Court, Missouri, April 2017)
  • Part of trial team defending against high school student’s claim against his school for injuries sustained when he attempted to climb an 8-foot-tall wrought iron fence. Plaintiff asked for $3 million in compensatory and punitive damages. Jury returned zero-fault verdict. (Florian v. Christian Brothers College High School, St. Louis County Circuit Court, Missouri, March 2018)