Allison M.

Allison M. Hester

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Allison is a member of the firm’s Trial Section, and her practice focuses on appellate trademark administration and litigation and general commercial litigation. Allison draws on her experience as an appellate clerk to help prepare for oral argument and draft briefs in state and federal appellate courts, including assisting in drafting an amicus brief submitted to the United States Supreme Court.

Allison's general commercial litigation work focuses on complex motions. She has represented a variety of clients in trial courts, arbitration, and appellate courts.

Prior to joining Moye White, Allison spent two years clerking for Chief Judge Steven Bernard of the Colorado Court of Appeals. While there, she reviewed briefs, performed legal research, and wrote and edited draft opinions. Additionally, Allison interned at the Colorado Supreme Court for then-Justice Allison Eid (now Judge Eid of the United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit). Allison also externed for Judge David Goldberg of Denver District Court, meaning that she has experience working in each level of the Colorado state court system.

In her spare time, Allison enjoys reading novels, hiking 14ers, and alpine skiing in her native Colorado.

Publications and Articles

Queer Inclusivity in the Legal Field
Moye White Blog, June 2022

Silver Linings Provide Optimistic Future for Litigation Post-Pandemic
​ColoradoBiz, September 2021

Moye White Attorneys Assist in Supreme Court Case
Moye White Blog, July 2020

Maxwell, Lewis v. Clarke, and the Trail Around Tribal Sovereign Immunity
88 COLO. L. REV. Vol. 3 (2017)