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Education

  • J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law
  • B.S., Pennsylvania State University

Bar Admissions

  • Pennsylvania

Alison L. Andronic is an Associate in Meyer, Unkovic & Scott’s Real Estate & Lending, Corporate & Business Law, and Energy, Mineral Rights & Utilities Practice Groups.  She deals with all types of clients, commercial or residential, who have real estate matters that range from simple to complex in the areas of acquisition, development, financing, land use, and zoning.  Alison has also been spending time on autonomous/driverless vehicles and their impact on real estate development in areas such as location, rising property values, and on-site parking.

While in law school, Ms. Andronic served as a research editor on the University of Pittsburgh Law Review and as an Executive Board Member for the Law School’s Energy Law Society.  Prior to law school, she attended Penn State University and earned a B.S. in Marketing and a minor in the Legal Environment of Business.

Professional/Community Involvement

  • Allegheny County Bar Association, Member
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association, Member
  • Energy and Mineral Law Foundation
  • Board Member, Family Life Fund (2015-2017)
  • Secretary, Family Life Fund (2017)
  • Represents clients in the acquisition, financing, and development of
    commercial and residential properties.
  • Advises clients on land use and zoning issues.
  • Assists clients with entity formation, structuring, and business planning issues.
  • Drafts and negotiates oil and gas agreements including leases, lease
    addenda, and right of way agreements for clients.
  • Advises clients on commercial litigation and general compliance issues.
  • J.D., University of Pittsburgh School of Law, 2013 – cum laude
  • B.S., Penn State University, 2010
  • “The Intersection of Gas and Coal in Pennsylvania,”July 2018, Pennsylvania Bar Association Quarterly
  • “Superior Court restricts lessees’ right to protect leased interests involved in title disputes,” August  2015, PIOGA PRESS
  • “In Pennsylvania, does ‘production’ really mean ‘production in paying quantities?’,” June 2014, PIOGA PRESS