Allison Griffith

Allison Griffith

Associate
Birmingham

Allison advocates for those who have been injured by wrongful conduct from an individual’s negligence, defective medical devices or drugs, environmental contamination, and civil rights abuses.

Allison advocates for those who have been injured by wrongful conduct from an individual’s negligence, defective medical devices or drugs, environmental contamination, and civil rights abuses.

Overview

Allison represents individuals and public entities who have suffered significant financial or personal harm due to wrongful conduct. Before joining DiCello Levitt, Allison worked for a regional defense firm, representing individuals and businesses in diverse civil litigation matters, including premises liability, construction, transportation, products liability, and insurance coverage. In her previous role, she gained experience and proficiency at eliciting favorable testimony from friendly and adverse parties.

Allison obtained her law degree from the University of Alabama School of Law and holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from The University of Alabama. While attending the University of Alabama School of Law, she served as a Senior Editor of The Journal of the Legal Profession and was a valued member of the John A. Campbell Moot Court Board. She also took part in the Public Interest Student Board, preparing tax returns for low-income families through the AmeriCorps SaveFirst program and mentoring children through Raise the Bar. For her efforts throughout law school, she received the Order of the Samaritan Award, the Dean’s Community Service Award, and the Student Pro Bono Award.

Allison was also a member of the University of Alabama School of Law’s Mediation Clinic. In that role, she served as the lead mediator on an array of family court matters, including divorce, child support, visitation, alimony, and property distribution. She is now a registered mediator with the Alabama Center for Dispute Resolution. Allison also serves on the Birmingham Bar Association Young Lawyers Executive Committee.

Education

The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D.

The University of Alabama, B.A.

Education

The University of Alabama School of Law, J.D.

The University of Alabama, B.A.