Attorney Allison Reynolds understands the legal system can be overwhelming and believes that all people are entitled to effective legal representation. Allison recognizes that clients desire prompt reassurance when it comes to their cases, and she recognizes that respect fosters an attorney-client bond. Moreover, Allison avidly keeps herself up-to-date on new laws that affect current and future clients.
Previously, Allison worked as a legal intern at the Dauphin County Public Defender’s Officer and as an extern for the American Civil Liberties Union, where her research was focused on First Amendment Issues. Allison graduated from Widener School of Law in 2010 and worked as a Project Attorney for Eckert Seamans until she started her own practice. Although Allison’s solo practice specializes in criminal defense, she has extensive experience in SSI disability, family law, and landlord/tenant disputes.
Expanding on her passion for justice, Allison volunteers at Neighborhood Legal Services, where she assists attorneys with disability cases. Disability payments give clients a life-long income when they are unable to work, and Allison believes attorneys must work diligently when a client’s livelihood is at stake.
Thus, Allison brings a diverse, experienced background to the Darbouze Law Group. In addition to extensive knowledge in multiple areas of law, Allison has successfully handled cases in Allegheny, Westmoreland, Fayette, Indiana, and Butler County.