Allison brings law to classroom

Thomas Allison, assistant debate coach and mock trial head coach, juggles his job as an attorney for the law offices of Allison and Jones and teaching at the University of the La Verne. Allison currently teaches Public Discourse and Civic Leadership. He earned his master’s degree in public administration from La Verne in 2013 and is currently working toward a doctorate in public administration. / photo by Annette Paulson
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