The use of digital evidence to combat police misconduct and mass violence
Lecturer in Law
- B.A. University of Florida, 1987
- J.D. Loyola Law School, 1997
Alison Regan teaches Civil Trial Advocacy. She has been a litigator for 20 years, trying cases in both the civil and criminal arena. She is currently a Deputy City Attorney for the City of West Hollywood, where she concentrates on the enforcement of the city’s municipal code, trying cases on the city’s behalf. She is also a volunteer prosecutor with the LA City Attorney’s office, where she handles misdemeanor trials. Prior to joining the City, Regan was an associate with Kaye Scholer LLP where she practiced general civil litigation, also specializing in trial work particularly employment litigation and wrongful termination.
Regan received her B.A. from University of Florida as a National Merit Scholar. She subsequently earned her J.D. cum laude Order of the Coif from Loyola law School Los Angeles where she was Editor for the International and Comparative Law Journal.