Allison was appointed Acting Professor of Law at the UCLA School of Law in 2010 where she specializes in health law. As a Lecturer in Law and Academic Fellow at the Center, she taught the seminar Health Reform: Normative Empirical and Policy Perspectives with co-fellow Christopher Robertson. During her fellowship, Allison worked on a policy analysis of the individual mandate, entitled. Oil and Water: Mixing Individual Mandates, Fragmented Markets, and Health Reform. Allison's scholarship explores how different models of regulation can create both intended and unintended consequences with respect to individual health, financial security, and equity concerns.
Acting Professor of Law UCLA Law School