A former Teach for America member, Allison Malone advises and represents school district clients in land use, real estate, special education, and other matters.
Allison’s practice focuses on representing public school districts on a variety of school law issues.
Allison received her JD from the University of Oregon School of Law, where she graduated with honors and a concentration in Public Interest Law. During law school, Allison volunteered at Lane County Legal Aid and served as an Articles Editor of the Oregon Law Review. Allison also worked as a summer clerk for Judge Edward J. Lodge, U.S. District Court, District of Idaho, and completed a summer associate program with a mountain west law firm, where she returned to practice law as an associate attorney upon graduation. While there, she primarily worked on matters related to emerging growth financings, mergers, and acquisitions.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Allison spent two years teaching eighth grade English at a public school in Dallas, Texas. She enjoys skiing, reading, rooting for the Seahawks, and being an aunt to her nine nieces and nephews.
- Whitman College, B.A., English
- University of Oregon School of Law, J.D., Order of the Coif (Articles Editor, Oregon Law Review)