Mallory A. Barr, Associate Attorney
Mallory A. Barr has experience in a variety of fields, including employment litigation, elder abuse, consumer protection, False Claims Act litigation, and other complex civil litigation.
Mallory received her J.D. from Santa Clara University (SCU) School of Law with a certificate in Public Interest and Social Justice. At SCU, Mallory participated in Honors Moot Court Internal and was an Articles Editor for the Santa Clara Journal of International Law. Mallory was also a Policy Research Fellow at the Panetta Institute for Public Policy in Monterey, where she focused on immigration. She also worked in the Workers’ Rights Clinic at the Alexander Community Law Center and received the Herman and Edith Wildman Social Justice Law Writing Award. Her Comment, “The Litigation Tango of La Casa Rosada and the Vultures,” regarding Argentina’s sovereign debt and Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act, was published in the Santa Clara Journal of International Law, Vol. 14.
While attending law school at SCU in the evening, Mallory worked full-time as a Litigation Paralegal and Law Clerk at Cotchett, Pitre & McCarthy, LLP. Upon passing the bar, she worked there as an associate attorney for three years.
Before law school, Mallory graduated from the University of London with her M.A. in Latin America Area Studies, she graduated summa cum laude with her B.A. in Political Science and History from Notre Dame de Namur University.
Mallory is currently the Secretary for the San Mateo County Barristers.
Mallory volunteers in her community, including volunteering through the San Jose Sharks Foundation’s Young Professionals Board and participating in various relays for the American Cancer Society and the Children’s Tumor Foundation.