Allison R. King

Ms. King is a native of Anderson, South Carolina. She earned a degree in Financial Management from Clemson University in 2004 and graduated from the Charleston School of Law in 2013 where she was recognized for outstanding pro bono service. While at the Charleston School of Law, Allison served as Law Clerk to the Honorable Mikell Scarborough and as Articles Editor for MALABU, the Maritime Law Bulletin. She is a member of Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society and is a certified US Green Building Council LEED AP.

Prior to joining Howell Linkous and Nettles, Allison worked as a development manager in Atlanta, Georgia and in Charleston, South Carolina where Ms. King managed the development of over 1,366 multifamily units valued at $217 million and zoning entitlements valued at $100 million.

Anderson, South Carolina, 1980
Clemson University, B.S., 2004; Charleston School of Law, J.D., 2013; University of Newcastle, Newcastle, Australia; Universidad de Granada, Granada, Spain; UCA Pontifica Universidad Catolica Argentina, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Practice Areas:
Multifamily Housing, Real Estate Development, LIHTC, Municipal Bonds, School Finance, Native American Finance, Economic Development, Election Law, Local Government Law
Charleston County Bar Association, South Carolina Bar, American Bar Association, National Association of Bond Lawyers, North Carolina State Bar, Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society, US Green Building Council, Urban Land Institute, Charleston Lawyers Club
Episcopal Diocese Community Housing Development Organization (EDCHDO) Board of Directors; Urban Land Institute Market Impact Regional Initiative Council, 2015; Charleston Regional Business Journal “Forty Under 40” Award, 2014; Wells Fargo “Who's Next” ULI Young Leaders Award, 2013; Charleston School of Law Pro Bono Award, 2013; Charleston School of Law Maritime Law Bulletin, 2013; CALI Award, 2012; US Green Building Council LEED AP; Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce Leadership Charleston Class of 2009
North Carolina, 2014; South Carolina, 2013