Alison McMorris


As a paralegal for Brotman Law, Alison McMorris assists the attorneys with a professionalism and quickness that is unrivaled. Originally from Arizona, Alison attended the University of San Diego where she graduated Magna Cum Laude and received her Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Sociology. Pursuing her passion for law, Alison went directly into a fast-track program at USD through which she obtained her paralegal certification.

While she was in school, Alison was actively involved in her community. She served as chapter president for Pi Beta Phi and vice president for Phi Alpha Delta. She was also a student assistant for the Graduate Business Career Center and actively involved in the Mulvaney Center Youth Initiative Program.

Alison started her legal career as a family law paralegal intern at Counterpoint Law in San Diego, where she drafted and reviewed family law court forms and communicated regularly with clients and court personnel regarding case information. After her time learning the ins-and-outs of family law, she became a legal assistant for Moore, Schulman & Moore APC located in Del Mar. She stayed with the firm for almost a year, continuing to grow her legal knowledge and expertise.

On the team at Brotman Law, Alison communicates with attorneys at the firm and acts as a liaison for client interactions on documentation needed for their matter. In addition to helping organize client submissions and researching relevant information for their cases, Alison coordinates ongoing matters with the legal team to ensure their prompt resolution.

Having migrated from the sunny sands of Arizona, Alison loves soaking up the San Diego sun and practicing yoga at local studios. With determination and a smile on her face, she brings her positivity to the team at Brotman Law each and every day.

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