Allison, rated AV-Preeminent by Martingale-Hubbell, has been recognized by her peers for being "smart, honest, caring, and extremely capable." Born and raised in a small Texas town, Allison’s approach to law reflects her grounded, practical roots. Allison graduated in the top of her class from the University of Texas with a Plan II major and was elected Phi Beta Kappa. Allison attended the University of Texas School of Law where she again graduated with honors, after serving on the Texas Law Review. She clerked for Judge Lee Yeakel, now of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Texas in Austin.
Allison practiced with Baker Botts LLP before co-founding this law firm in 2011. Most recently, Allison has been involved with the Austin Human Resources Management Association, which is a non-profit group dedicated to developing Austin’s HR leaders. Allison serves on the group’s Board of Directors, has spoken numerous times at AHRMA events, participates in the Legal & Legislative Affairs Committee, and co-chairs AHRMA’s Marketing and PR Committee. In 2015, Allison was appointed to the Steering Committee for the Texas Minority Counsel Program. Allison and her husband spend most of their time spoiling their only daughter and obsessing over Texas football.