Mallory joined CFM in September 2018 after working with a large regional firm. She attended the University of British Columbia Faculty of Law, where she served as a volunteer clinician and board member of the Law Students’ Legal Advice Program, a non-profit organization providing free legal advice and representation to individuals who are unable to afford legal services. During law school, Mallory received a number of awards, including the Richard R. Sugden, Q.C. Prize in Advanced Trial Advocacy and the Giroday Family Scholarship in Advocacy. Mallory has represented clients before the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
Mallory holds a bachelor’s degree, summa cum laude in English Literature from Bard College at Simon’s Rock. Prior to joining the legal profession, Mallory worked as an instructor with the Duke University Talent Identification Program, where she taught academically gifted adolescents. Mallory is a classically trained soprano and a patron of both the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and the Vancouver Opera.