Individuals seek out attorneys in various stages of their personal and business life transitions. At Wigington LLP we have the honor of advising clients on how to navigate these waters on the good days and the more difficult ones by devoting time and attention to move the client forward in their matter.
J.D., Barry University School of Law
B.S., Criminal Justice, Southeastern University
Georgia State & Superior Courts
Florida State Courts
Mallory is a trusted advisor and aid to entrepreneurs and business management teams. She has worked as an advisor and aid to multimillion dollar companies, small businesses, churches, and families. Through proactive advisement and implementation of prevention and protection protocols, she guides businesses and their decision-makers through careful assessment of their situations and engages clients in collaborative development of value-added solutions. Mallory is also trusted by clients and others seeking to improve their business operations through the development and implementation of operational and compliance processes.
With Mallory’s extensive experience guiding businesses through compliance topics, managing businesses, and managing employee relations, she also serves as the firm’s Managing Partner. In that role, she guides the business operations of the firm—ensuring that Wigington LLP remains an optimal platform for providing top-notch client service and for enabling the firm’s attorneys, including herself, to maintain an effective and efficient practice.
In addition, Mallory is a former prosecutor and an experienced courtroom advocate. While in law school, Mallory began her legal career representing juvenile defendants as a Certified Legal Intern for the Barry University Children and Family Law Clinic in Orlando, Florida. Upon admission to the Florida Bar, she served as a misdemeanor prosecutor in Brevard County, Florida. While serving as a Certified Legal Intern and prosecutor, she gained valuable experience drafting and arguing motions, handled large caseloads, and preparing for trial. She served her community by leading various trials and assisting her colleagues, gained substantial courtroom experience, and developed a comfort advocating for clients in the courtroom.