Allison Kruk is a tireless advocate devoted to producing exemplary work for each and every client. To her, the phrase “I represent” contains some of the most powerful words in the English language. She approaches every case with unparalleled diligence, responsiveness, and compassion for the challenging circumstances that often bring people to Family Court.
Allison attended law school at the University of Pennsylvania where she graduated magna cum laude and was admitted to the Order of the Coif, an honor society for U.S. law school graduates. While in law school, Allison assisted in providing pro bono representation for individuals involved in divorce, support, child custody, and dependency proceedings through her work with Community Legal Services and the Federal Reentry Court program. She also served as a family law research and teaching assistant. After graduating, Allison worked in criminal defense for the Defender Association of Philadelphia until she returned to family law at William Kirby. She is admitted to the bar in the State of New Jersey and consults on Pennsylvania cases in her capacity as a law clerk.
Allison attended college at Princeton University, where she graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. Her major was in sociology, with minors in Gender Studies and African American Studies. Before attending law school, she worked as a journalist for The Financial Times, reporting on institutional investing and the public pension system.
Outside of her work, Allison enjoys distance running, reading novels (she’s an avid Book of the Month Club subscriber), and spending time in nature. She was born in Englewood and now resides in South Jersey.