Alexander Johnson is an associate attorney at Kugelman Law, PC where he practices tax controversy, business law, trusts, and estates with a focus on the legal issues individuals and businesses face when selling, transferring, or minting digital assets — to include cryptocurrencies and non-fungible tokens ("NFTs").

He has authored articles for Tax Notes and USF's Law Review regarding the tax treatment and utility of cryptocurrencies and blockchain technology. With a background in military service and the construction industry, Alexander has an appreciation for the practical application of tax policy.

University of San Francisco, JD with Certificate in Taxation, 2018
The Citadel, BA in English, 2009
Trusts & Estates
Business Law
Cryptocurrency / Blockchain
Law Review and Journal Articles
“Skillcoin: How Blockchain Based Credentialing Will Help Curb Discriminatory Hiring Practices,” 53 University of San Francisco Law Review (Summer 2019).
“A Bite at the Elephant: How Foreign Tax Policy Will Win the Wild West of Cryptocurrencies,” Tax Notes (Dec. 2018).