Alison Elle Alemán

Alison Elle Alemán graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 1984. She spent a 27-year career with the California Attorney General's Office, before retiring in 2008 as a Deputy Attorney General with the Criminal Division. During her tenure at the Attorney General's office, Alison argued and won many cases before the California Court of Appeal, California Supreme Court, Federal District Court, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. She is an active member of The State Bar of California #117566, a member of the U.S. Attorney's Greater Sacramento Area Hate Crime Task Force, the Probate section of the California State Bar, and the Sacramento NAACP. Alison also serves as a Community Chaplain with the Law Enforcement Chaplaincy of Sacramento.

Outside of law, Alison is a member of the Elk Grove Gardeners in the Grove, serves as a Board Member to the Saint Katherine Greek Orthodox Ladies Philoptochos Society in Elk Grove, and a member of the B'nai Israel High Holiday Choir in Sacramento. She devotes her spare time to her family, faith, and fur companions.