Alla has a wealth of experience representing survivors of gun violence at all stages of litigation against reckless gun industry actors.
Alla directs Everytown Law’s national affirmative litigation practice, bringing impact litigation aimed at preventing future gun violence. Her work includes representing survivors of gun violence against reckless gun industry actors, as well as representing community members and businesses impacted by dangerous gun lobby-backed laws. Alla’s work challenges state and federal gun industry immunity and secrecy laws that infringe on the rights of gun violence victims to seek justice in court.
Alla is a graduate of Duke Law School and Claremont McKenna College, and is admitted to practice in the following jurisdictions: New York; District of Columbia (inactive); Second Circuit; Southern District of New York; Eastern District of Wisconsin.
Prior to joining Everytown, Alla was a Senior Staff Attorney at the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence. She began her career as a Litigation Associate at Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom, LLP in New York.
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