Allison Sues

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Allison has spent a majority of her legal career defending employers and understands that each employment matter comes with its own unique challenges and considerations. Allison is a proactive and creative litigator who strives to find the best resolutions for her clients. Dating back to her journalism major, Allison has honed an approachable, understandable communication style and the ability to strategically frame important issues. She now uses these skills to persuasively and accurately tell her clients’ stories.

As a member of our Labor & Employment Service Group, she handles workplace disputes, including claims for discrimination, harassment, retaliation, lost wages and failure to accommodate a disability. Her experience includes representing clients in a variety of industries, including health care systems, state universities, public agencies, and small employers, in state and federal court litigation.  

Prior to joining Amundsen Davis, Allison was an Assistant Attorney General in the Office of the Illinois Attorney General’s Employment Law Unit where she represented state agencies in federal and state court and administrative agencies. In that capacity, she defended employers against claims brought under Section 1983, Section 1981, Title VII, ADEA, ADA, FMLA and the Illinois Human Rights Act. 


Membership & Involvement

  • Young Professionals Board: Equip for Equality 


  • Selected to the Illinois Super Lawyers "Rising Stars" List: 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023

Resources & Insights

Speaking Engagements


Contributing Author, SmithAmundsen's Labor & Employment Law Update, a labor and employment advisory blog.

Contributing Author, Illinois Chamber of Commerce's Chamber Dispatch, an HR advisory blog.

Blog Posts

Education on Demand


Chicago-Kent College of Law, J.D., 2010

University of Illinois, B.S., 2006 


  • Illinois 
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