Allison Cunneen is an integral part of a team that helps clients handle complex commercial litigation issues. Allison's colleagues and clients rely on her sharp research and writing skills in high-stakes cases, as well as her organized and responsive nature to keep things on track. She has led teams of associates on multiple matters, leading her first team in just her second year of practice. Allison is experienced in drafting an array of legal documents, including motions, complaints, and briefs. She also manages discovery, including supervising document reviewers, conducting witness interviews, and coordinating and leading calls with expert witnesses.
During law school, Allison interned for the Honorable Barry Ostrager in the Commercial Division of the New York State Supreme Court, New York County, where she gained real-world courtroom experience researching legal issues and drafting legal opinions. In the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York, she further honed her research and writing skills. She also served as editor-in-chief of the Brooklyn Law Review and was a participant and coach in Brooklyn Law School's Moot Court Honor Society.
Prior to law school, Allison worked as a paralegal on cases in high-profile business litigation matters and as a leasing assistant on commercial development contracts.