Hahn Loeser & Parks is pleased to announce that Allison B. Christensen has been sworn in for another year as a member of the Collier County Women’s Bar Association’s Board of Directors. In addition to being selected as a board member, Christensen will also serve another year as Membership Committee Chair. The Installation of Officers Ceremony was held at noon today at Northern Trust Bank – Park Shore in Naples.
The Collier County Women’s Bar Association (CCWBA) encourages the study of law and the contributions of women within the legal profession and judiciary, promotes improvements of the administration of justice and judicial standards and works to improve the ongoing relations among members of the Bar, judiciary and public. The board aims to meet those standards by creating a social and learning environment in which their members feel welcomed, challenged, inspired and enlightened.
“I’m extremely proud of Allison for continuing her commitment to this role with this wonderful organization and always looking for ways to support and elevate women in the legal profession,” said Mark Klym, partner-in-charge of Hahn Loeser’s Naples office.
Christensen focuses her practice on litigation and provides strategic counseling and legal advice on a variety of matters. Her practice includes commercial litigation, real estate and construction contracts, business transactions, business torts, business disputes, will and trust contests, disputed estate and trust administrations, guardianship litigation and appeals. Among her professional accomplishments, Christensen was selected as a participant in the 2014 Growing Associates of Naples (GAIN) Program, specifically designed for young emerging leaders and professionals in Collier County. She is also a mentor for the Florida Bar Association’s Young Lawyers Division. Most recently, Christensen was selected for inclusion in the 2018 Florida Rising Stars® list, a designation in the Super Lawyers’ publication.
Christensen received her J.D., cum laude, from Wayne State University Law School and a B.A. in psychology and criminal justice, with honors, from the University of Michigan.