ALYSSA HASBROUCK is an associate in the New York office’s Litigation group.
Alyssa represents clients in complex commercial litigation matters at the trial and appellate levels. Alyssa maintains an active pro bono practice, with an emphasis on immigration and asylum matters. Her pro bono experience includes winning a settlement protecting certain asylum seekers’ rights to a parole hearing and successfully securing asylum for a Honduran refugee and her daughters.
Alyssa graduated cum laude from Cornell Law School and served as a notes editor for the Cornell Law Review. Alyssa’s student note, “Rethinking ‘Just’ Compensation: Dignity Restoration as a Basis for Supplementing Existing Takings Remedies with Government-Supported Community Building Initiatives,” was published in Volume 104. Alyssa was also a Quarterfinalist in the National Moot Court Competition, where Alyssa received the “Justice Lewis F. Powell, Jr. Medal for Excellence in Advocacy.” Alyssa served as an executive bench editor for the Cornell Moot Court Board and was the co-president of Cornell’s Lambda Law Association. Alyssa received a B.A. from Yale University.
Alyssa has served as a Fellow with CEO Action for Racial Equity, a business-led coalition with a mission to advance racial equity through public policy.
Prior to joining Sidley, Alyssa was an intern for the Honorable Robin S. Rosenbaum of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, where Alyssa researched civil and criminal appeals and reviewed cases proposed for oral argument.