Allison McKeen is an award winning author. Multiple awards. Really.
As a lawyer she has written briefs to the Connecticut Appellate and Supreme courts and a petition for Certiorari to the United States Supreme Court, and for six years she drafted legislation for the Connecticut General Assembly. She’s also an award-winning author who has written three novels for one of the world’s largest publishers, which has translated and distributed her work on three continents.
Allison began her career as an associate at Shipman and Goodwin in Hartford, where she worked in the firm’s land use, real estate, and municipal law practice groups.
In 2008, Allison left private practice to pursue public service. She joined the State of Connecticut’s nonpartisan Legislative Commissioners’ Office (LCO). While at LCO she advised some of Connecticut’s most powerful political leaders, including the Speaker of the House, the Senate Minority Leader, and the Senate Majority Leader. She staffed the Planning and Development Committee for six years and the Housing Committee for five years, drafting legislation on issues of land use, municipal law, and housing.
Allison is a lifelong resident of Connecticut. She presently where she presently resides with her husband, Ryan, two children and Brady (her dog).
Allison’s helps craft our client’s stories so they are told in the best possible light to whoever needs to understand them. Trials are won through stories.
How many firms have an author as part of their trial team?