Allegra Gabbert

Attorney

Allegra Gabbert

Before moving to Oakland in 2016, Allegra lived in the Santa Cruz mountains. She studied linguistics at the University of California, Santa Cruz where she graduated cum laude and received a Language Studies bachelor’s degree. While earning her juris doctorate at the University of Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, she volunteered with Equal Justice Works and interned at multiple non-profit clinics including Disability Rights California, Watsonville Law Center, the McGeorge Immigration Law Clinic, and the Pacific McGeorge Housing Mediation Center. Allegra’s legal career has consisted primarily of practicing civil defense, ranging from automobile accidents and slip and fall cases to breach of contract and legal malpractice. Her legal experience includes pre-litigation negotiations and claim development through pleadings, discovery, motion practice and trial preparation. In her free time, she plays ice hockey on multiple co-ed teams as well as one nationally ranked women’s team. Whether she is advocating for her clients at Frassetto Law or skating for a goal at the ice rink, Allegra is an integral part of the team, always striving for the best outcome.

Areas of Practice

  • Personal Injury
  • Intentional Tort
  • Premises Liability
  • Breach of Contract
  • Employment
  • Legal malpractice

Bar Admissions

  • California Bar, 2014

Education

  • University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law, May 2014, Juris Doctor
    Mediation Certification: December 2013, Certified by Professor Patricia Tweedy
  • Witkin Award: Mediation, Fall 2013
  • University of California, Santa Cruz, June 2010 Bachelor of Arts in Language Studies with an Emphasis in Spanish
  • Graduated cum laude
  • Dean’s List, four semesters
  • Phi Beta Kappa
  • National Autonomous University of Mexico, Spring 2009 D.F., Mexico Filosofia y Letras

Professional Associations and Memberships

Alameda County Bar Association, 2017 – CURRENT
California Applicants’ Attorney Association, 2017
Women Lawyers of Santa Cruz County, 2015, 2016
Elementary Law Program’s “Cookie Court,” 2016
Equal Justice Works, 2012