Mallory Bullard is a lawyer in Beasley Allen’s Mass Torts Section where she handles cases involving the link between the development of ovarian cancer and women’s regular use of talcum powder in the genital area for personal hygiene. Previously, Mallory served as a law clerk for a plaintiffs’ law firm in Birmingham, Alabama, and in the Constitutional Defense Division at the State of Alabama Office of the Attorney General.
Mallory received her Juris Doctor from Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law in May 2018. While in law school, Mallory was Senior Research and Writing Editor of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy, the nation’s oldest law review dedicated to the art of trial advocacy. She authored two legal blogs: Mallory C. Bullard, Could Rondini Spark Reform for Rape Laws?, Am. J. Trial Advoc., (July 24, 2017), http://www.cumberlandtrialjournal.com/2017/07/ and Mallory C. Bullard, #StatusUpdate: Social Media & The Sixth Amendment, Am. J. Trial Advoc., (February 27, 2017), http://www.cumberlandtrialjournal.com/2017/02/; and she has a forthcoming publication in Volume 41.3 of the American Journal of Trial Advocacy discussing manufacturers’ duty to warn and direct-to-consumer advertising of prescription drugs: Forthcoming, Mallory C. Bullard, Put Your Money Where Your Medicine Is?–An Overview and Update on Manufacturers’ Duty to Warn and Direct-to-Consumer Advertising of Prescription Drugs, 41 Am. J. Trial Advoc. ____ (2018).
Additionally, Mallory was a finalist in the Henry C. Strickland Negotiation Competition landing her a place on Cumberland’s National Negotiation Team. She was also a member of the Trial Advocacy Board (2016 to 2017) and as a student Ambassador, Mallory represented the law school and assisted with recruitment efforts.
She earned her undergraduate degree from Auburn University in August 2015, graduating summa cum laude with a B.A. in political science and a minor in psychology. Throughout her time at Auburn, Mallory was selected to multiple national academic honor organizations including Pi Sigma Alpha, the National Political Science Honor Society, and was active in various student organizations.
Mallory is a member of the Alabama State Bar where she serves on the Membership Relations Task Force. She is also a member of the Alabama State Bar’s Young Lawyers Section and the American Bar Association.
Since law school, Mallory has volunteered with Project Homeless Connect in Birmingham, Alabama. Each year, lawyers, law students, and local judges volunteer their time and experience to assist people within the city’s homeless population with their legal issues. She helps provide the Project’s clients with legal assistance involving warrants, traffic citations, and divorce and child-support issues. She has also helped clients obtain a driver’s license or state identification card so that they can participate in the voting process.
Mallory is a Rockford, Alabama, native and a member of the Rockford Baptist Church. She enjoys spending time with family, friends and her Goldendoodle, Bexley.