Allyson joined the firm as an associate in 2016 upon returning home to the Berkshires after beginning her law practice in Boston. Her areas of concentration include estate planning, estate administration, and residential real estate. She enjoys the challenge of assessing issues related to a particular matter and advising her clients on the most effective means to accomplish their desired outcome.
Allyson has prior experience representing the City of Boston on various municipal matters ranging from drafting and reviewing contracts, City ordinances, state legislation, license and intergovernmental agreements, and various litigation matters.
Allyson attended Suffolk University Law School and earned her bachelor’s degree in History and Political Science from Williams College.
Allyson has immersed herself in the community by serving as a member of the Board of Directors of Community Health Programs since 2016, presently serving as the Clerk of the Board. She has served on the Pittsfield Zoning Board of Appeals since 2020 and was a co-founder of the New Lawyers Section of the Berkshire Bar Association. She annually serves on the Berkshire County Access to Justice Campaign Committee to raise funds and support the work of Community Legal Aid.
Her past service includes serving on the North Adams Planning Board from 2016-2018 and on Steering Committee for the Berkshire Leadership Program from 2018-2021. Allyson was also a member of the 2020 class of Berkshire County 40 Under Forty award recipients for her involvement and leadership in the community and her professional achievements.