Allison Cho is an associate attorney at Patterson Law Firm. Her practice focuses on a range of commercial litigation matters, including real estate, contract, and shareholder litigation, among others, and legal malpractice.
Allison attended Syracuse University and studied International Relations. During college, she went to Japan on a fellowship and attended Waseda University for a year. In her last year, she represented her college in the International Model United Nations debate competition, where her team won second place. After graduating, Allison worked as an international trade associate for a European chocolate company at its South Korean office.
At Notre Dame Law School, she worked in tax clinic to represent low-income taxpayers against the IRS. She also won a named writing competition for her paper on litigation practices under the American Disabilities Act’s online accessibility laws. After law school, Allison worked on a variety of civil litigation matters across the country and also served as an Illinois Assistant States’ Attorney, where she gained trial experience.
As a trilingual, former translator and teacher, she enjoys helping others understand seemingly tricky concepts and uses these skills to frame the most complex issues in a manner compelling to triers of fact.