Ally grew up in Eugene, Oregon. She became Catholic when she was 12 years old and since then has had the desire to help and serve those in need. In high school, Ally traveled to Mexico to help build a laundry facility for widows and orphans. Ally went to law school to continue her love for serving people. After law school, she was hired by KRC as a legal assistant and has moved up through the ranks and has represented clients for almost three years now.
- Juris Doctor, 2016, University of Oregon School of Law
- B.S. in Chemistry, 2012, Oregon State University
- Non-attorney representative since September 2018
- Published author - International Journal of Environmental Sustainability
- Published author - San Diego Journal of Climate & Energy Law
Ally enjoys spending time outside hiking, camping, and biking with her husband, two kids and dog.
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