S. Alison Aminzadeh, Associate

Alison joined Dirska & Levin in January 2018. She is a graduate of the University of Baltimore School of Law, where she was a staff editor for the Journal of International Law and a member of the Thomas Tang Moot Court team. Alison served as a Rule 16 Attorney for the Human Trafficking Prevention Project under the Civil Advocacy Clinic at the University of Baltimore and co-authored with her supervising attorney a journal article for the University of Maryland Journal of Race, Religion, Gender & Class. During law school and after graduation, Alison clerked at firms that specialize in personal injury and workers’ compensation cases on behalf of plaintiffs, which provides her with valuable insight while defending workers’ compensation claims.  

After graduation from law school, Alison served as a judicial law clerk for a judge in the Circuit Court for Baltimore County. She also served as a legal intern for Delegate Brooke Lierman of Baltimore City. Alison graduated from Towson University in 2013, where she double majored in psychology and political science.

Barred in Maryland