Attorney Allison Greene sees her role as helping those whose voice cannot be heard find ground to speak out. Allison grew up in a small, rural town in Arkansas where opportunities were limited, particularly for women. However, Allison’s mother instilled in her the drive, ambition, and work ethic to choose what she wanted in life. As a successful swimmer in high school, Allison received a scholarship to Washington & Jefferson College, where she graduated with a major in Religious Studies.
Allison then received a scholarship to attend Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem, NC. While in law school, Allison worked at the Innocence and Justice Clinic to investigate wrongful exonerations. Allison tested the waters at the Allegheny County District Attorney’s Office before joining Robert Peirce & Associates in 2018, where she specializes in medical malpractice and nursing home abuse. Allison advocates for those injured, abused, and victimized in the healthcare system with the goal of reforming its inequities and making sure everyone’s voice is heard.
Allison volunteers at Tree Pittsburgh, a nonprofit environmental organization that plants and protects trees throughout Pittsburgh. Allison and her husband enjoy Pittsburgh sports, hiking, and travelling.
“I appreciate working in an area of law that allows me to effect change that will protect others in the system and ultimately reach everyone in society.”
- Washington & Jefferson College
- Wake Forest University School of Law