At the most stressful times in one’s life, Allison ensures each individual client receives the personal attention they deserve. Allison listens to her client’s goals and fights for their desired results. Allison graduated from the Texas A&M University with Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Communications and Journalism. She graduated magna cum laude. In 2017, Allison began working as a policy intern with the National Association of Wheat Growers in Washington D.C. where she assisted with lobbying United States Congress for wheat growers across the nation. Allison’s passion for advocacy and helping others led her to become a paralegal in the private sector. Allison then pursued her long-term goal of becoming an attorney and moved back to Texas to attend Baylor Law School. Allison consistently made the Dean’s List every quarter. She served as a technical editor of Baylor Law Review and on the Baylor Board of Barristers. Allison assisted with the pro bono work in the Baylor Veteran’s Clinic. She was awarded Baylor’s Boots on the Ground award for her work with United States military families without access to legal representation, and various scholarships for being the highest scoring student in her courses. She graduated cum laude.
Allison’s professional experience includes personal injury litigation, which provided her with courtroom experience. Allison uses her past trial and advocacy experience to passionately advocate for clients in her family law practice. She is admitted to practice law in Texas.