Education & Bar Admissions
- Juris Doctor, The University of Chicago Law School, 2020
- Bachelors of Arts in Philosophy and Political Science, magna cum laude, Loyola University New Orleans, 2016
- Bar Admissions
“Fight for the things that you care about. But do it in a way that will lead others to join you.” - Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Allison Rogers was in middle school when she argued her first case on behalf of another person. A classmate had been falsely accused of breaking the rules. Young Allison marched into the principal’s office and put things right.
“There was never a question that I would attend law school,” Allison says. “From an early age, I firmly believed in fighting for those who couldn’t fight for themselves.”
That passion for advocacy led Allison to a law career, and to Robinson and Henry, where she now practices Civil Litigation.
First, Allison sharpened her skills as a stupendously successful public defender in Colorado Springs and Arapahoe County. She handled more a thousand cases over a three-year period. Incredibly, Allison won acquittal for her clients in 100 percent of felony cases she took to trial, and 90 percent of misdemeanors.
Clients who work with Allison get a compassionate listener who values open communication. She wants her clients to understand the legal process, potential outcomes, and the strengths and weaknesses of their cases.
“I believe that an effective legal strategy begins with understanding your client’s unique circumstances and objectives,” Allison says. “I am an experienced and effective litigator and take an individualized approach to each client and case.”
She is no less ambitious in her free time. A Coloradan to the core, Allison enjoys the great outdoors, whether she’s backpacking, snowboarding, trail running, or hiking. She has hiked to the top of half of Colorado’s 14ers, and can’t wait to summit the other half. She can often be found outdoors with her adventure dog, Gideon, or relaxing at home with her cat, Ghost.