Allison Renee Mastrangelo
- Civil Rights Litigation Fellow
Allison Mastrangelo first joined Bernabei & Kabat as a Law Clerk during her final semester of law school. She returned as a Civil Rights Litigation Fellow in September 2023. Ms. Mastrangelo graduated from Northeastern University School of Law in May 2023, where she served as a Lawyering Fellow for Northeastern's Legal Skills in Social Context program.
Ms. Mastrangelo engaged in public interest projects throughout law school. As an advocate with Northeastern's Legal Assistance to Victims program, she helped survivors of intimate partner violence receive resources and representation. She also served as a Project Manager for the Boston Housing Support Station project, which assisted tenants in completing rental relief applications. During her second year at Northeastern, Ms. Mastrangelo interned with the Greater Boston Legal Services Employment Law Unit, where she represented a claimaint in a hearing before the Massachusetts Department of Unemployment Assistance. She was also a Summer Law Clerk with Lichten & Liss-Riordan, P.C., and worked on misclassification and wage theft projects. In her final year at Northeastern, Ms. Mastrangelo was a student attorney with Northeastern's Prisoners' Rights Clinic, where she represented a prisoner facing a life sentence for a second degree murder conviction before the Massachusetts Parole Board.
Ms. Mastrangelo graduated magna cum laude from the Pennsylvania State University Schreyer Honors College in 2019. She received a B.A. in Labor & Employment Relations and a B.A. in Psychology.
Areas of Practice
- Employment Discrimination 50%
- Whistleblower Protection 40%
- Sexual Harassment 10%
- Northeastern University School of Law, Boston, Massachusetts
- J.D. - 2023
- Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania
- B.A. - 2019
- Honors: magna cum laude
- Major: Labor & Employment Relations and Psychology
- Who Bears the Burden? A Collectivist Approach to Resolving Pandemic Relief Overpayments, Marquette Benefits and Social Welfare Law Review, 2 Spring, Vol. 24, 2023
In this note, Ms. Mastrangelo advocates for blanket waivers for all no-fault COVID-related overpayments to support both states and individual claimaints as they financially recover from the pandemic.
Fraternities and Sororities
- Delta Phi Epsilon
Pro Bono Activities
- Legal Assistance to Victims Program, 2020 - 2021
- Prisoners' Rights Clinic, 2022
Professional Associations and Memberships
- MWELA, Member, Present
Past Employment Positions
- Lichten & Liss-Riordan, Summer Law Clerk, 2022
- Greater Boston Legal Services, Legal Intern, 2021 to 2022