After 17 years inside the Beltway at Williams & Connolly, Alex Romain is fully ensconced in Southern Californian living. A partner at Hueston Hennigan in Los Angeles, Romain is probably best known as one of the lawyers who got the conviction voided and indictment dismissed against the late Sen. Ted Stevens in 2009, amid allegations—later found true—of prosecutorial misconduct in the gift-disclosure case.

Romain, 47, his wife Melissa, his son Aidan, 10, his daughter Olivia, 8, and their Cavalier King Charles Spaniel Beignet have lived in Santa Monica since 2016, a move they decided to make after he and his family “fell in love with Southern California,” he said. Their home is about a 45-minute commute to Romain’s L.A. office, where he heads the firm’s professional liability and defense practice.

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