Alison Preece's Writing
A graduate of the University of Toronto, my stories have been published with The Huffington Post, Skirt! Magazine, Thought Catalog, Elephant Journal, Matador Network, Nerve, and elsewhere. I'm currently a features writer at Lawdragon Magazine, where I cover impact litigation and the work of civil rights attorneys.
She's prepped presidential candidates for debate and represented tech giants. Then Karen Dunn turned her sights on Nazis.
From climate change to racial discrimination, sexual harassment to the war in Ukraine, investors are increasingly pressing for accountability and transparency with a company’s practices.
That was a long time ago, but I can still hear the laughter, see the bright cobalt blue of the dress, still taste the “banana bread” that I invent later in the play. (Yes, invent, thank you. I shove a banana through a loaf of bread. And it’s delicious.)
Fresh from maternity leave, McCawley agreed to represent Virginia Roberts Giuffre, who was accusing Jeffrey Epstein of child abuse. The world wasn't yet listening.