Alison S. Flowers is a graduate of Whittier Law School, graduating summa cum laude and Valedictorian of her class. Ms. Flowers was the Executive Editor on Whittier’s Law Review, and graduated with a concentration in criminal law. During law school, Ms. Flowers volunteered her services working with special needs children, advocating for the children and their parents, and incarcerated juveniles at the Los Padrinos Juvenile Detention Center. Because of her work with children, Ms. Flowers was the recipient of the highly-esteemed Jim Pfeiffer Public Interest Scholarship from the California Bar Foundation, one of the highest recognitions from the California Bar Foundation.
In addition, Ms. Flowers clerked at the Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office in the Major Crimes and Hard Core Gangs divisions, and gained court experience during law school by conducting preliminary hearings at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office.
Since joining the California Bar in 2010, Ms. Flowers’s practice has focused primarily on business litigation. Ms. Flowers has also handled wrongful termination, wage and hour, trademark infringement, construction defect, defamation, assault, battery, and stalking cases. Ms. Flowers has seen numerous cases through trial and arbitration as the handling attorney and second chair of the proceedings.
Ms. Flowers is also active in the community and local organizations, scoring the mock trial competition for the Constitutional Rights Foundation every year since she began practicing. She is also actively involved in the community outreach activities of the Orange County and Long Beach bar associations.