University of Missouri-Columbia School of Law,
Associate Managing Editor, Missouri Law Review
Saint Louis University,
B.A., English, magna cum laude, 2008
American Bar Association
The Missouri Bar
Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
While studying law at the University of Missouri, Allie was a member of the Women's Law Association and also volunteered at the Truman Veterans Administration Hospital.
She also completed internships with Missouri appellate court Judge Clifford Ahrens and St. Louis Circuit Judge Edward Sweeney.
Thompson Coburn LLP
Allie represents investors, lenders and community development entities in transactions involving various forms of debt, equity and public financing, including federal and state new markets tax credits and low-income housing tax credits.
Allie helps clients navigate transactions related to tax credit and incentive programs, commercial finance and real estate finance. Her clients include investors, community development entities, developers, and lenders.
In her tax credit practice, Allie enjoys collaborating with transaction parties to document and close investments using creative and efficient legal solutions. Allie also represents syndicators and lenders who make warehouse loans to fund syndications of various state and federal tax credits. In the areas of commercial finance and real estate finance, Allie assists lenders with negotiating and documenting loans secured by both real and personal property.
Allie has experience drafting and negotiating documents for New Markets Tax Credit transactions, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit transactions, Historic Tax Credit transactions and transactions involving Opportunity Zones.
"Picking Fights in Missouri: Baldwin’s Non-Rule Embraces the Minority Approach to Internet Libel Jurisdiction";
76 MO. L. REV. 1265, 2011
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