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Early life experiences illuminated Allison’s path to a legal career.

A self-proclaimed “theater kid” with a passion for school and learning, Allison grew up with a love of reading, writing and problem-solving. A law career was a natural fit, and her choice was confirmed when she gained valuable experience working for a law firm while earning her undergraduate degree.

In law school she was active in both the Moot Court and Law Journal, serving as the chair of the Moot Court Board and an executive articles editor of the Mississippi Law Journal. Her time as a law clerk with the American Civil Liberties Union of Missouri and a student clinician at the Mississippi Innocence Project established her desire to work as a litigator and ignited research that led to publication in the Mississippi Law Journal. Inspired by her father’s longtime work at OSHA, Allison was drawn to practice labor and employment law.



  • J.D., University of Mississippi School of Law
    • summa cum laude
    • Mississippi Bar Labor and Employment Section Award
    • Chair, Moot Court Board
    • Daniel Coker Horton & Bell Moot Court Competition; First Place
    • Gabrielli Family Law National Moot Court Competition; Second-Best Oral Advocate and Second-Best Brief
    • Mississippi Law Journal, executive articles editor, staff editor
    • Outstanding Student Award: White Collar Crime; Immigration Law
    • Phi Alpha Delta
    • Mississippi Innocence Project Clinic
  • B.A., Missouri State University
    • English Literature
    • magna cum laude
    • Public Affairs Advisory Committee


  • Missouri
2023 Pro Bono Champion
Outside the Office

Allison enjoys the theater, reading, attending concerts, and tackling the New York Times crossword puzzle. She values spending time with her husband and their pets, especially while on outdoor adventures. Her favorite city is London, where she studied abroad, and she hopes to continue her world travels.