Mary Allison Mitchell grew up in West Monroe, Louisiana. She obtained her undergraduate degree from Louisiana State University, and went on to continue her education at LSU at the Paul M. Hebert Law School. While in law school, Mary Allison served as President of her senior class and Vice President of the Board of Advocates. Mary Allison was selected to LSU Law’s ABA National Moot Court Team, winning a regional “Best Brief” award. During her 3L year, Mary Allison coached LSU’s championship undergrad mock trial team, and was chosen for membership in the Wex S. Malone Inns of Court for excellence in trial advocacy. Additionally, Mary Allison previously served as a Judicial Extern for Chief Judge Shelly Dick and Judge John W. DeGravelles in the United States District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana.
Mary Allison is admitted to practice before all Louisiana State and Federal Courts. Mary Allison’s practice focuses on litigation of matters involving premises liability, transportation issues, and construction law.