Alison Duffy is an associate in the firm’s Alexandria office, where she represents clients in both employment and litigation matters. She is experienced in handling cases with complex fact patters, several witnesses, and voluminous amounts of discovery. Alison is admitted to practice in Maryland and Virginia.
Prior to joining the team at O’Hagan Meyer, Alison was an associate in a boutique law firm in Washington, D.C., where she handled a wide range of litigation matters and provided counsel to small businesses and nonprofit corporations. As a law student, Alison had the opportunity to practice with the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office in Maryland as a Rule 16 intern, where she participated in her first trial.
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Education and Admissions
Alison earned her J.D. from the Columbus School of Law, at The Catholic University of America. She earned her BA, cum laude, at The University of Alabama with a focus on Human Behavior and Social Justice.
Professional Organization Memberships
- Maryland State Bar
- Virginia State Bar
News, Honors, Publications & Speeches
- Publication: Alison Landry, Whose Best Interest is it Anyway?: School Administrators’ Liability for Student Injury in Virginia, 64 U. L. Rev. 209 (2014)