Allison Gray focuses her legal practice on land use, zoning, and real estate development matters throughout Florida. She assists in representing property owners, developers, lenders, and other stakeholders involved in development projects, helping to address zoning-related issues and ensure compliance with regulations.
Allison graduated with honors from the University of North Carolina School of Law, where she served as an Honors Writing Scholar, Executive Editor for The North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 24, and a staff member and published author for The North Carolina Journal of Law and Technology, Vol. 23. She was awarded a Certificate of Merit in Research, Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy for achieving the highest grade in the class.
While in law school, Allison worked at the Domestic and Sexual Violence Clinic, representing clients in pursuing domestic violence protection orders and renewals as a student practitioner. Having served as a summer law clerk at Lowndes, she also externed at the Wake County District Attorney’s Office, where she gained valuable litigation experience by trying matters and negotiating plea agreements. Additionally, Allison was a Psycho-social Behavioral Researcher for Jury-X, assisting in the selection of juries for civil litigation trials by compiling data on potential jurors, identifying jurors' likely biases, and analyzing their capacity to influence a panel.
In her free time, Allison enjoys studying theories of moral responsibility, exploring new culinary recipes, and maintaining an active lifestyle through early morning workouts and as an avid pickleball player.
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