Allison is part of the firm’s Class Action and Appellate Litigation practice group and is primarily dedicated to defending companies in class actions and aggregated litigation. 

Allison graduated magna cum laude from Notre Dame Law School, where she worked as an editor for the Notre Dame Law Review. After law school, she served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Eric E. Murphy of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, where she wrote legal memoranda on various federal and state issues and drafted judicial opinions.

Before law school, Allison utilized her undergraduate degree in biology working in the clinical research field for two years. There she became familiar with the regulatory hurdles pharmaceutical companies encounter to get their products to market. This experience gave her knowledge of the types of issues her clients can face and insights into how to defend them against unwarranted claims. 


Note, “Of Substantial Religious Importance”: A Case for a Deferential Approach to the Ministerial Exception, 95 Notre Dame L. Rev. 2145 (2020).

Supreme Court Protects Religious Schools’ Autonomy in Employing Teachers, RealClear Religion, July 13, 2020 (with Stephanie Taub).