Allie focuses her practice on commercial real estate matters. She represents commercial clients in leasing, financing, permitting and land transfer transactions and advises municipalities and developers on zoning, subdivision, and land acquisition and transfer matters.
Allie also serves as counsel to educational institutions, high tech, research and life sciences companies and REITs, government agencies, fiduciaries, non-profit organizations, airports and individuals.
During law school, Allie served as a legal intern for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights and as a law clerk in Northeastern University’s Office of General Counsel. Allie also helped research and prosecute securities fraud and money laundering issues for the Economic Crimes Unit of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
She also serves as the Social Committee chair for the firm.
Boston College Law School, J.D. 2015
Boston College, M.A. Higher Education Administration 2015
Boston College, B.A. 2012
- Counseled municipal airports on non-aeronautical leases, hangar leases, lease amendments, and RFP/MGL Ch. 30B processes.
- Successfully negotiated and sold the first phase of a multi-phase development for a state agency.
- Seconded by the firm to a top research university to aid the office of general counsel in fully updating and digitize their immigration case load, updated and verified files, updated and verified the audit file that external agencies rely upon for compliance checks and participated on the research team related to potential and actual immigration changes related to the new administration.
- Negotiated the lease of a 343,000 square foot building in Cambridge, Massachusetts to a single tenant for a national life sciences REIT.
- Successfully negotiated and obtained consents from the Massachusetts Department of Transportation under M.G.L Chapter 40 Section 54A for developers.
In my free time I enjoy taking photographs, traveling and eating, and watching my sister play on the Wellesley College field hockey team.