Carolyn Allen graduated from the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law and was admitted to the Kentucky Bar shortly thereafter. Prior to law school, she received her Bachelor of Arts, magna cum laude, in English and Political Science from Georgetown College. While at Brandeis, she served as Vice President of Administration of the Moot Court
Board as well as a member of the Journal of Law and Education. She was also a two-year member of the National Trial Team and was selected as a Regional Finalists. While in law school, she was a limited licensed practitioner and worked with the UofL Ackerson Law Clinic and CASE Project where she was able to gain first-hand experience in the courtroom advocating for clients in an adversarial setting.
Advocating for clients has been one of the driving forces behind Carolyn’s desire to become an attorney. Growing up in a small, rural Kentucky town, she saw how the justice system impacts individuals, both positively and negatively. Carolyn is thrilled to be a part of Clark Law and to bring her passion for service and advocacy to her clients.