Alissa is an associate in the Labor & Employment practice group, where she focuses her practice on advising clients regarding employee-related legal issues that arise at all stages of the employment relationship. Alissa drafts agreements, advises on labor and employment policy strategies for corporations and nonprofit organizations, conducts training sessions, performs internal investigations, and advises on individual and group separations. Alissa also represents employers throughout all stages of litigation.
Active both at the firm and in her community, Alissa is a member of both the firm’s Sustainability Committee and Women’s Network. She gives back to the community through her involvement as President of the Young Professionals Board for Kids in Danger. She is also a member of the Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in Law’s Outreach Committee, where she actively participates in programming discussing women in the legal industry.
Before becoming an attorney, she was a law clerk with a Chicago law firm as well as the office of the Cook County State’s Attorney, where she prepared evidence for hearings, drafted memoranda, and prepared discovery items in preparation for trials. She was also an extern for Notre Dame’s General Counsel.
- Staff member of The Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy