Allyce Bailey

About Me

Attorney
Strategist
Communications Professional

An attorney, published author, communications professional, and solutions-driven strategist, Allyce has meticulously refined all of the skills necessary to execute  any vision in excellence. As the former Executive Director of a statewide non-profit and former Chief of Communications and Press Secretary for a national organization, Allyce’s attention to detail, critical thinking skills, and impeccable execution will be the driving force taking your project, business, or organization to the next level.  

A native of LaPlace, Louisiana, a suburb of New Orleans, transplanted in South Carolina after marrying her law school sweetheart, Allyce can relate to people of all walks of life. Having completed college in only three years with honors while working two jobs, Allyce has harnessed that resilience to execute every task with a spirit of excellence.

As a practicing litigation attorney, Allyce asks hard questions of experts and professionals in a number of industries, researches and analyzes the facts of complex cases to develop successful litigation strategies, and compresses complex facts into comprehensible format for jurors during jury trials. Allyce has practiced in and is well-versed in the realms of products liability, medical malpractice, premises liability, insurance defense, general civil litigation, and government law. 

Allyce holds a Bachelor of Arts in English with a concentration in Professional Writing with a minor in Political Science from Northwestern State University and a Juris Doctor also earned with honors from Southern University Law Center (SULC). While at SULC, Allyce served as the Editor in Chief of the Journal of Race, Gender, & Poverty, and had the opportunity to oversee the publication of a special international edition of the Journal during her tenure. 

Allyce has also distinguished herself by publishing legal scholarship in the Journal of Race, Gender, & Poverty, NBA Magazine, Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor School of Law Law Journal for Social Justice, and other publications. Most recently, the South Carolina Bar released a book entitled “How to Try A Simple Car Accident Case,” co-written by Allyce. 

Allyce has also been invited to present at local and national conferences on a variety of topics. 

And when she’s done doing all of that, her real bosses call her, “Mom!”

“Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.”- Vince Lombardi

HER REAL BOSSES CALL HER “MOM”

Allyce Bailey

Awards and Honors

SC Bar Leadership Academy Class of 2018

National Bar Association 2021 40 Under 40 Best Advocates Award 

  • NBA President’s Award 2019
  • NBA President’s Award 2021
  • NBA President’s Award 2022

 Leadership South Carolina Class of 2019