Alison Toller received her Bachelor of Arts Degree from Emory University in 1996. She graduated from the Georgia State University College of Law in 1999, writing for the Law Review and being awarded the honor of Best Oralist at the Thomas Tang Moot Court Competition at Emory University in 1998. Alison started her career in Criminal Prosecution, starting as an Assistant Solicitor General in DeKalb County, Georgia in 2000 and ending her 13 year career in prosecution at the Hall County District Attorney’s Office where she handled everything from Accountability Courts to Death Penalty prosecutions. She has argued six times before the Georgia Court of Appeals and Supreme Court of Georgia and has written appeals to those Courts in over 30 published opinions.
Alison was raised in Atlanta, Georgia but has been proud to call Gainesville her home since 2001. She has two active children who keep her on her toes. Alison is a graduate of the Leadership Hall County class of 2009 and went on to serve as an advisory committee member for Leadership Hall County for three years. She has also served on the board of the Children’s Center for Hope and Healing, is a Junior League Sustainer, and proudly supports many local charities.
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