Ms. Allison B. Surowitz is the founder of Surowitz Law Group, PC, a San Francisco-based business boutique law firm. Allison is an attorney at law duly licensed in the State of California.
Allison provides legal and business consulting services to her clients in order to help them determine how to better protect their entity.
Allison’s practice is extremely broad and diverse, often involving unique and novel legal and business issues. She works with her clients on issues relating to nearly every aspect of their business. Her all encompassing approach helps ensure that both short-term and long-term implications are taken into account. She takes the time to learn about each individual client’s current needs and ultimate objectives. With this knowledge, she is able to serve her clients in a way that guides them to a decision that best fits their business. Allison is incredibly practical and keeps her clients’ ultimate goals in mind as she works with them on individual matters.
Allison’s diverse legal background has served to form the broad foundation that supports her approach with her clients. She moved to The Hague immediately after graduating from law school to clerk with the Office of the Prosecutor at the International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia. Upon her return to California, she joined a large San Francisco litigation law firm, where she initially began representing Bay Area businesses. Her years litigating proved to be invaluable. It was through this experience that caused Allison to refocus her practice around proactive, strategic legal counseling.
|Principal||Surowitz Law Group, PC||2011 - Present|
|Associate Attorney||Selman Breitman, LLP||2008 - 2011|
|Law Clerk||International Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia||2007 - 2007|
|Associate Attorney||Guy Kornblum & Associates||2006 - 2007|
|Santa Clara Univ SOL||law||2006|
|Western Michigan Univ||undergraduate||2002|
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Mon Jun 02 2014
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