Allison Naylor is a senior associate with Northstone Law. Since joining the firm, Ms. Naylor has worked on numerous residential and commercial real estate transactions, and has counseled clients on matters such as purchase and sale, commercial leasing, and financing, as well as corporate contract matters.
Prior to joining Northstone Law, Ms. Naylor interned for the United States Senate, where she helped to provide assistance to constituents. She also interned in the Senate Policy Office for the Rhode Island Senate, where she performed legal research for proposed Senate bills and drafted Senate resolutions. As a judicial extern in the Circuit Court of Cook County, Law Division, Commercial Calendar, she performed legal research on complex issues in commercial cases and assisted in drafting case decisions. She also assisted in drafting the rules and annotations for Mandatory Arbitration in Commercial Calendar cases in Cook County and co-authored an article about the program.
Ms. Naylor graduated from Loyola University Chicago School of Law where she focused on corporate and business law. She participated in Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s prestigious moot court program for two years as a brief writer for the American Bar Association National Appellate Advocacy Competition. In her second year on the team, she won Best Brief at the Washington D.C. regional competition, writing the highest scoring brief in the competition. Prior to law school, Ms. Naylor completed her undergraduate studies at Bryant University in Rhode Island, graduating cum laude with honors. She earned a B.A. in Politics & Law with minors in Business Administration, Communication, and Literary and Cultural Studies and successfully completed the honors program requirements.
Ms. Naylor has drafted, reviewed, and negotiated numerous commercial real estate purchase and sale agreements and lease agreements. Additionally, she has drafted, reviewed, and negotiated corporate and business law transactional documents, including corporate formation documents, licensing agreements, joint venture and partnership agreements, independent contractor agreements, employment agreements, master service agreements, share purchase agreements, and asset purchase agreements.