Alison H. Sausaman


1200 Riverplace Boulevard
Suite 800
Jacksonville, FL 32207
Tel: (904) 398-0900
Fax: (904) 399-8440

Alison H. Sausaman received her Bachelor of Science with honors, in Political Science from Florida State University. In 2012, after graduation she spent the summer studying abroad at Oxford University in Oxford, United Kingdom. She is a graduate of Florida State University College of Law (May 2014). During law school, she was the 2014 Recipient of the Dean’s Cup Award and the 2014 Recipient of the Seminole Student Leader Award.

Ms. Sausaman was the General Counsel of the Florida State University Supreme Court, served as the Business Relations Editor of Business Review, a student member of the Chester Bedell Inn of Court, and a Senior Member of the Law Review. Her article titled, “Saved by the Bell? Is Online, Off-Campus Student Speech Protected by the First Amendment?” was published in the Fall 2013 Florida State University Law Review.

As an associate at Marks Gray, P.A. she practices in the areas of commercial litigation, medical liability, employment law, civil rights, land use, and municipal liability. She also serves as the Programming Director for monthly attorney luncheons where she researches and presents informative presentations to help the firm with continuing education endeavors.

Ms. Sausaman is a member of the Florida Bar, the Jacksonville Bar Association, where she serves as the Chair of the Health and Wellness Committee, the Florida Defense Lawyers Association, and Associate Member of the Chester Bedell Inn of Court. She is the 2016 Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division recipient of the Michael K. Reese Quality of Life Award and serves on the board of the Jacksonville-based non-profit, Angels for Allison.

Prior to joining Marks Gray, Sausaman was a law clerk with the Law Firm of Pajcic & Pajcic and the Law Office of Matt Liebenhaut in Tallahassee, Florida.