William A. Allen

William A. Allen

St. George, Utah

William A. Allen is a senior associate at Fisher & Hunter, LLC. His practice focuses on civil litigation, family law, and construction law. He has worked extensively on matters relating to residential construction defects, and family disputes involving the division of large estates, and the complex issues surrounding custody and support.

Prior to attending law school, William worked full-time as a land surveyor for nearly a decade. In that capacity, William became intimately acquainted with the construction process, and obtained a practical understanding of the kind of problems which can arise during construction, and avenues that can be pursued to resolve them.

In law school, William excelled in his academics, earning Dean’s List and Honor Roll recognition, and graduating Cum Laude. He also helped to facilitate debates and foster discussion on current political issues as the founder and President of WMU-Cooley’s American Constitution Society. William’s final term of law school constituted a forty-hour per week externship at Deipenbrock Elkin, LLP. Where he conducted research, wrote memos, and co-authored a scholarly paper on Design-Build procurement methodology.

Since law school, William has actively sought-out opportunities to refine his skills in the court-room, and has amassed hundreds of hours of court-room experience, litigating a wide breadth of issues. Through this process, he has also become a very proficient writer, drafting thousands of pages of litigation-based documents for his clients, and has obtained first-chair experience in nearly every aspect of the litigation process. William’s intelligence, kind temperament, and zealous advocacy for his clients are the reasons that he is a sought-after attorney in the community

William earned his J.D., Cum Laude, in 2012 from Western Michigan University – Cooley Law School, and his B.S., in 2006 from Utah State University. He is admitted to the Utah Bar, and the U.S. District Court of Utah.