Allison Block-Chavez



Allison Block-Chavez

EDUCATION:
University of New Mexico, J.D., 2014
University of New Mexico, M.B.A., 2015
University of New Mexico, B.A., 2004
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Allison Block-Chavez, a native New Mexican, was admitted to the State Bar of New Mexico in September, 2014 and served as the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Chief Judge Michael E. Vigil of the New Mexico Court of Appeals from 2014 until 2015.

As a student at the University of New Mexico School of Law, Allison founded and served as the president of the UNM Law Women’s Golf Association, which aims to teach women how to play golf so that they can foster relationships on the golf course enabling them to further succeed in the law. She also served as the Vice President of Community Affairs for the Mexican-American Law Student Association and was the Student Articles Editor of the New Mexico Law Review. She is a recipient of the School of Law’s Faculty Award for Excellence in Business and Corporate Law.

Prior to law school, Allison served as a legislative correspondent in former U.S. Senator Jeff Bingaman’s Washington, D.C. office and taught English in Mexico City and Hunan, China.

Allison’s law practice focuses on business transactions, commercial litigation and creditors’ rights, real estate law, guardianships and conservatorships wills, trusts, and probate matters.
PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND COURT ADMISSIONS:
State Bar of New Mexico
       Young Lawyers Division, Member
       Business Law Section, Member
       Committee on Diversity in the Legal Profession, Member
New Mexico Hispanic Bar Association
American Bar Association
       Young Lawyers Division Business Law Committee
       Young Lawyers Division Committee Team