Allison Belknap found herself drawn to the law while in high school, where she... more
Allison Belknap found herself drawn to the law while in high school, where she studied law and competed in statewide mock trials. Allison then went on to attend Bryant University, where she majored in Politics and Law, and double minored in Psychology and Business Administration. While at Bryant, Allison helped establish a mock trial team and led the team at regional competitions. Alliso... view profile
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