Allie is an associate in the firm’s Commercial Real Estate Section. Her practice focuses on commercial leasing matters.  

Allie is a graduate of the University of Richmond School of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude. During her time in law school, she was Lead Articles Editor of the Public Interest Law Review and a student advocate for the Children’s Defense Clinic, using her Spanish speaking skills to assist with immigration matters and juvenile delinquency proceedings. Upon admission to the University of Richmond School of Law, Allie became a Dean’s Scholar, having received the highest merit scholarship offered by the School of Law.

Allie received her Bachelor of Arts degrees from the University of Virginia, where she was a leader in the Cavalier Marching Band and a volunteer with Madison House’s Latino and Migrant Aid program.

Practice Areas
    • Education

      • J.D., magna cum laude, University of Richmond School of Law, Public Interest Law Review (Editorial Board)
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    • Membership

      Virginia State Bar

Relevant Experience

  • Regularly represents landlords in the negotiation and modification of complex leases for retail, office, and mixed use properties.
  • Advises landlords on a broad array of day-to-day real estate needs related to retail, office, and mixed use properties. Allison P. Frasca Associate Willcox & Savage, P.C. (757) 628-5632 (757) 628-5566
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