Allison R. King
Allison R. King, Esq.
Areas of Practice
Public Finance & Securities Law
Real Estate Acquisition & Development
Real Estate Finance
Allison King is a partner in the Charleston, South Carolina office of Tiber Hudson LLC, where her practice is focused in the role of underwriter’s counsel and bond purchaser’s counsel for affordable housing transactions. Allison is an industry leader in innovative tax-exempt bond and loan structures for 4% LIHTC deals. As a public finance attorney, Allison has participated in the issuance of approximately $6.5 billion of bonds involving financing structures including FHA/GNMA, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac, USDA, and private placement transactions for new construction, sub rehab, and preservation deals in rural and urban markets.
Prior to practicing law, Allison worked in multifamily development throughout the Southeast, where she managed the development of over 2,400 market rate, active adult, and affordable housing units valued at approximately $430 million.
Allison graduated from Clemson University where she received a B.S. in Financial Management with a concentration in Real Estate. She earned her J.D. from Charleston School of Law where she was a student law clerk for the Honorable Mikell Scarborough, articles editor for the maritime law bulletin, received the CALI award, and was recognized for outstanding pro bono service.
Clemson University, B.S., Financial Management (Real Estate Concentration)
Charleston School of Law, J.D.
American Bar Association
Charleston County Bar
Council for Affordable and Rural Housing, Board of Directors
National Association of Bond Lawyers
Phi Delta Phi International Legal Honor Society
South Carolina Bar
Tax Credit Advisor, Editorial Advisory Board
USGBC LEED AP
South Carolina, 2013
North Carolina, 2014 (inactive)
Thomson Reuters, “Super Lawyers Rising Star” 2020, 2021, 2022
The Bond Buyer, “Rising Stars” 2020
Affordable Housing Finance, “Young Leader” 2019
Charleston Regional Business Journal, “40 Leaders Under Forty” 2014
Urban Land Institute, “Who’s Next Scholar” 2013