Alexis Sclamberg is a writer and attorney, living in San Francisco. She blogs for the Huffington Post, and contributes to Forbes, Cosmopolitan magazine, and Women’s eNews. She is writing her first book, and offers her insight in an advice column for J Weekly magazine. Sclamberg also works as an adjunct professor of legal studies.
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