Attorney Allison Reynolds understands the legal system can be overwhelming, and she recognizes that clients desire prompt reassurance when it comes to their cases. For this reason, Allison prides herself on maintaining close contact with her clients and providing frequent updates on the status of their family legal matters.
Previously, Allison worked as a legal intern at the Dauphin County Public Defender’s Office and extern for the American Civil Liberties Union. Allison graduated from Widener School of Law in 2010 and, thereinafter, worked as a Project Attorney for Eckert Seamans. Currently, Allison manages her own solo practice, which focuses on family law and criminal defense. Expanding on her passion for justice, Allison volunteers at Neighborhood Legal Services, where she assists with disability cases.