Allie devotes her practice to defending medical professionals and organizations in malpractice disputes across Virginia. She is involved in every step of the litigation process, including answering initial complaints, managing discovery, negotiating settlements, and conducting trials. Allie realizes the importance of supporting healthcare workers now more than ever, which motivates her to achieve the best possible results for her clients. She leverages her extensive legal knowledge, strong communication skills, and tireless advocacy to alleviate the stress caused by malpractice actions. In Allie’s words, “healthcare professionals should be able to keep their focus on keeping our community healthy. Through my efforts, I hope to help them do just that.”
Before joining Byrne Canaan Law, Allie represented insurance carriers and employers in workers’ compensation actions. In this role, Allie gained valuable skills and experience that prepared her for the fast-paced and complex world of medical malpractice defense.
After law school, Allie developed broad knowledge and insight into Virginia’s judicial system as a law clerk for the judges of the Twenty-Third Judicial District in Roanoke, Virginia.
In law school, Allie worked as a student associate in the Children’s Defense Clinic and served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Public Interest Law Review.
Medical Malpractice Defense
Health Regulatory Board
Long Term Care Defense
HIPAA / Privacy & Security
Mary Baldwin College, B.A., Summa Cum Laude
University of Richmond School of Law, J.D.