Julian Allison | Scrofano Law


Julian is originally from Westchester, New York, but recently graduated Summa Cum Laude from the College of William & Mary in May 2023, where he double majored in Government and History. At William & Mary was active in the College community, serving as a President’s Aide to the University President during the Covid-19 pandemic and Black Lives Matter movement, as well as a Diversity Fellow with the Government Department during his senior year. He is passionate about social justice, serving on the executive board of both the Student’s Rights Initiative, which worked to educate students on their rights when confronted by the police or campus administration, and the Committee for Contextualization of Campus Landmarks and Iconography, which researched and published historical information regarding the namesakes for buildings and statues on William & Mary’s campus with a focus on slavery and white supremacy.

He also worked as an intern at William & Mary Law School’s Center for Racial and Social Justice under Professor Vivian Hamilton during his junior year. Julian previously worked at a small ethics defense firm in New York, defending attorneys and judges in front of the Grievance Committee. He believes strongly that everyone deserves a second chance, and that no one is irredeemable. He hopes to attend law school to one day become a criminal defense attorney himself.


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