Working with the Earl Carl Institute for Legal & Social Policy Inc., she has contributed to the publications of the Blackletter Law Journal (“The Systematic Denial of the Right to Vote to America’s Minorities,” vol. 11, 1994), and the Whittier Law Review(“Juvenile Justice” vol. 17, No.4, 1996) (credited under Allecia Coleman). Since 1995, Allecia has dedicated herself to bringing to light the injustices of her community, and made it her personal mission to assist in the acquisition of truth, equity, and due process.
After graduating from Texas Southern University where she obtained both her Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Juris Doctorate, Allecia became a staff attorney for the Houston branch of the NAACP, and advanced to Program Director. Her efforts were recognized by the Houston Lawyers Association where she was the recipient of their Hainsworth Outstanding Service Award and the NAACP ALEX Award (Award for Legal Excellence).
Forever involved in her community, Allecia has dedicated her time and talents as a board member of the Texas African American Lawyer Section, The Houston Lawyers Association, Independent Heights Community Health Center, Brentwood Baptist Church Federal Credit Union, and as President of the TSU Lady Tigers Bowling Team booster club.
Allecia’s primary concern is justice for the people. As testament to that, she has tried multiple cases pro bono, including successfully appealing a family case to the First Court of Appeals. She is extremely ardent about achieving fairness in the realm of family law, and has won numerous trials of child custody, child support, restraining orders, and reinstatement of parental rights.
Honest Scales and Balances Come From The Lord