Allison Tisdale was born in Corpus Christi but moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas. After graduating, she moved to Washington D.C. for law school at George Mason. Hired by the Travis County Attorney after law school, Allison began her career as a prosecutor. She has been the chief prosecutor for misdemeanor cases, a special prosecutor for complex blood DWI cases, and the prosecution representative for the DWI Diversion Court. She was awarded Prosecutor of the Year in 2016.
From there she went to the Travis County District Attorney’s office where she handled violent felonies and was a part of the Vehicular Crimes Special Prosecution Unit– specializing in trying intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault cases to a jury. Allison has extensive trial experience for both misdemeanor and felony cases. In addition to her local responsibilities,
Allison also traveled throughout the state teaching prosecutors, judges, and police officers about DWIs (both traditional and drug-only DWIs.) She has also lectured for the State Bar of Texas. Allison joined the Hull firm in March of 2021.