The Law Offices of Lucy S. McAllister is a California-based administrative law, licensing law and criminal law practice providing legal services for clients in California. Attorney McAllister has successfully won over 250 Superior Court trials as a Defense Attorney.With 30+ years experience as a civil and criminal attorney.
She specializes in the following areas of law:
Licensing Law :
Pre-hearing resolution of licensing issues, Administrative Hearings, Administrative Appeals, License Applications, Legal Advice, Handling License Criminal Disclosures (Applications, Renewals, Reinstatements), criminal record expungement.
Restraining orders, DUI charges and convictions, Domestic Violence, Sex Charges, Strikes Charges, Assault and Battery, Theft and Fraud, Drug Charges
- Gov & Administrative Law
- Criminal Law
- DUI & DWI
- Domestic Violence
- Licensing Law
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Court Arbitrator
- Santa Clara County Superior Court Arbitrator
- Judge Pro Tem
- Small Claims Court
- Stearns Law Group
- Summer Trial Advocacy Program Instructor
- University Of San Francisco Law School
- Undergraduate Degree
- Santa Clara University
- J.D. (1987)
- Peer Reviewed
- Martindale Hubbard
- California State Bar # 133295
- - Current
- Lucy S. McAllister Licensing Law California
- Lucy S. McAllister Criminal Law
- Blog: The Law Offices of Lucy S. McAllister
- When and Why Do You Need a Lawyer to Defend Your California Professional License?
12 August 2019
- Getting a Licensing Board Investigation Terminated
2 July 2019
- California Real Estate Mortgage Brokers: How to Avoid Department of Real Estate Accusations
6 May 2019
- 5 Ways to Lose Your California Real Estate Broker License
30 April 2019
- California Nurses: 10 Reasons You Can Lose Your Nursing License
25 April 2019
- Are You a California Pharmacist Who Has Been Accused of Diverting Drugs?
4 April 2019
- Are You a California Nurse Who Has Been Accused of Diverting Drugs?
29 March 2019
- Multi-State Professional Licenses: What to Do if You Receive a DUI or are Arrested for a Crime in Another State
25 February 2019
- Teacher and Student Sexual Relationships: Will Resigning Help Defend Your Teaching Credential?
1 October 2018