Attorney Roderick G. Allison has been in the active practice of law for 25 years. He graduated from North Carolina Central University with a BA in Political Science/Minor in English in 1995 as Class Valedictorian. He then earned his JD from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, School of Law in 1998. During his educational career, Attorney Allison also interned with the U.S. Dept. of Justice Civil Rights Division (Washington, D.C.).
After working as In-House Counsel for a non-profit corporation, Atty. Allison founded The Allison Office, a General Law practice located in Creedmoor, NC in 2003, serving clients across the State of North Carolina in numerous areas of law, including Personal Injury, Traffic Law, Medical Malpractice, Non-Profit Law and other areas.
His professional affiliations have included the American Bar Association; N.C. Bar Association (General Practice Solo & Small Firm Section); N.C. Advocates for Justice (Auto Torts Section); Granville County Bar Association; Charles Williamson Bar Foundation; 9th Judicial District Bar; Association of Trial Lawyers of America; and the Christian Legal Society of UNC-Chapel Hill (Past-President).
Atty. Allison has served the community through the following organizations: North Carolina Central University Board of Trustees (Member); N.C. Bar Association LREA Committee High School Law Career Conference (Chairman); N.C. Bar Association Lawyers in the Schools Committee; N.C. Bar Association Civic Education & Community Engagement Committee; Granville County Community Foundation; C.A.R.E., Inc.; Male Mentoring Success Initiative Speaker; IDYL School (Mock Trial Volunteer); CFC Academy (Public Speaking Instructor); Granville Central High School (Mock Trial Advisor) and more.
His honors/recognitions include: NCBA Law-Related Education Sweet 16 Award; Historically Black Colleges & Universities Living Legends Award; Pollitt and Gressman Appellate Advocacy Award; Susie M. Sharp Inn of Court and others.