Amy Elizabeth Allemann is a member of Hale & Associates. She received her Juris Doctorate degree, cum laude, from California Western School of Law in San Diego, California. In law school she earned three prestigious American Jurisprudence Awards for academic excellence in Immigration Law, Professional Responsibility and Property. Additionally, she was awarded the Corpus Juris Secondum award for both Property and Torts. During law school she served as Staff Editor and Staff Writer for the California Western International Law Journal and the California Western Law Review. She passed the California Bar Exam in 1999. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Miami University, Oxford, Ohio with a double major in English Journalism and History with an emphasis in Global Peace Studies and Islamic Culture. While an undergraduate she was honored with the Presidents Distinguished Service Award.
Currently, Ms. Allemann specializes in complex civil litigation, family law, business litigation and personal injury matters. She has assisted in taking a multi-million dollar construction defect case to trial and several major personal injury cases through trial, one which resulted in an award in excess of $2,000,000.00. Additionally, Ms. Allemann practiced in the area of domestic issues, general civil litigation, contract law and some SEC arbitration matters. Ms. Allemann also participated in appellate procedures including preparing and arguing writs and appeals before the Fourth District Court of Appeals. She was the supervising attorney for a team handling over 100 matters and second-chaired three trials involving multi-million dollar estates. She has taken and defended numerous depositions including depositions of financial experts.
Ms. Allemann is a member of the California State Bar Association and is admitted to practice in all Superior Courts in California; as well the Southern District of California and the Central District of California in federal courts. Additionally, Ms. Allemann has been admitted to practice pro hoc vice in Nevada.
Ms. Allemann also belongs to several community associations. For the past several years, she has held the position of President of the Board of Directors of Peppermint Ridge Family and Friends Group, a residential care facility for Developmentally Disabled adults as well as Secretary of the Parents’ Association for the San Diego French-American School. Formerly, Ms. Allemann was the President of the Board of Directors for San Diego Stand Up for Kids, served on the steering Committee for Nativity Prep Academy and was both President of the Board and Executive Director of the Zetetic Foundation. In 2006, Ms. Allemann was accepted into and participated in LEAD San Diego’s exclusive Leadership college and is an active member of LEAD San Diego.