Alissa K. Christopher represents and advises insurance companies in complex coverage and extracontractual first- and third-party matters in addition to working on insurance coverage litigation. She assists third-party insurers with evaluating their contractual obligations as to defense, indemnity, and settlement, and assists first-party insurers with navigating appraisal and avoiding bad faith. Alissa has been published on topics such as general liability, homeowners, farm liability, professional liability, excess, umbrella, and advertising injury liability.
Alissa earned her Bachelor of Science in psychology from Texas A&M University. She earned her law degree from Southern Methodist University Dedman School of Law. Alissa represents pro bono clients seeking asylum with the Human Rights Initiative (HRI) of North Texas. Active since 2018, she was recognized as the HRI Volunteer of the Week in June of 2022. She also enjoys Texas Rangers baseball, yoga, and traveling to learn about new places and cultures.