Allison Bruning graduated summa cum laude from Loyola University Chicago in 2018 with her Bachelors of Science in Mathematics and a minor in Statistics. She is currently a third-year law student at Seattle University School of Law. She previously worked with Snohomish County Legal Services as a first-year summer intern working in housing law and family law. In the summer of 2019, she received the Public Interest Law Foundation grant. Allison currently serves on the board of the Public Interest Law Foundation as the Vice Procurement Chair. She takes part in the mentor program in the Woman's Law Caucus and volunteered with a Domestic Violence Protection Order pop-up clinic through her school. Allison has competed in multiple moot-court competitions, making it to the quarter-finalist rounds. Outside of the law, Allison enjoys listening to true-crime podcasts and hikes with her dog in the PNW mountains.