Allison Imam-Hedrick is an associate attorney at Morris, Sullivan & Lemkul’s San Diego office.
Mrs. Imam-Hedrick graduated from the University of Nevada Las Vegas’s William S. Boyd School of Law, magna cum laude. While at Boyd School of Law, Mrs. Imam-Hedrick served her peers as an academic success mentor who assisted students with improving their legal writing skills. She also provided over 60 hours of pro bono service to underserved and underprivileged clients, served as the inaugural Civil Justice Fellow at the Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada and worked in the Consumer Protection Department, and competed in two national mock trials with her fraternity, Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International. Mrs. Imam-Hedrick clerked at several firms and for one judge during her law school career. She received CALI Awards in Civil Litigation, Civil Discovery, Criminal Procedure Adjudication, and for her service in the Policing and Protest Clinic. Upon graduation, Ms. Imam-Hedrick received a Dean’s Award and a Scribe’s Award for Excellence in Legal Writing and earned a Pro Bono Honors Diploma.
Mrs. Imam-Hedrick attended Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis, where she earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts degrees, and graduated summa cum laude. In her undergraduate studies, she majored in Philosophy, and specialized in logic and ethics. She received several scholarships and awards related to her undergraduate studies. During her masters, she continued her focus on ethics and metaethical theory. During her advanced studies, she was named an Elite 50 graduate student, based on her community service and academic excellence.
Mrs. Imam-Hedrick is admitted to practice law in the State of California.
- Juris Doctor, William S. Boyd School of Law
Las Vegas, Nevada
magna cum laude
- Master of Arts, Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis
summa cum laude
- Bachelor of Arts, Indiana University Purdue University – Indianapolis
summa cum laude