Mallory C. Allen
Mallory has spent her entire career representing people who have been injured by the wrongful acts of others. She has tried numerous cases to verdict in both state and federal courts, several resulting in seven- and eight-figure awards. Her practice involves litigation and trial work in the areas of medical malpractice, dental malpractice, personal injury, and sex abuse.
Mallory grew up in Bellingham, Washington and attended the University of Washington for her undergraduate degree. After graduating magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa, Mallory attended the UW School of Law where she sat on the Moot Court Honor Board and was invited to be a member of the trial advocacy honor society, Order of the Barristers. She represented the UW on two national mock trial teams and won top advocate in several regional and national trial advocacy competitions.
Mallory is an active member of the Washington State Association for Justice, sits on the UW Moot Court Honor Board Alumni Advisory Board, and serves as a student-mentor at UW Law School. She has taught Trial Advocacy as an Adjunct Professor at the UW School of Law and has coached UW mock trial teams. Mallory was named a “Rising Star” by Washington Law and Politics magazine in 2018 and 2019.
University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2012
University of Washington, B.A., magna cum laude, 2009
US District Court, Western District
U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit
Washington State Association for Justice
Washington Women Lawyers
Selected as a “Rising Star,” Washington Law & Politics Magazine, 2018 & 2019
Presentation: Young Lawyers Panel at WSBA’s Trial Advocacy Program
October 28, 2016, Washington State Bar Association
Presentation: Excluding Expert Opinions: Liability – Reconstruction Experts
December 13, 2018, Washington State Association for Justice
Presentation: Briefing and Arguing Motions in Limine
2016, University of Washington School of Law
$35,000,000 dental malpractice verdict for twenty-nine clients who were victims of years of dental negligence, fraud, and consumer protection act violations.
$5,250,000 medical malpractice jury verdict a client after an improperly-consented and negligently-performed surgery caused a permanent spinal cord injury.
$1,000,000 medical malpractice jury verdict for injuries caused to a child by a retained surgical guidewire.
$600,000 jury verdict for client whose employer misrepresented the amount of the employee’s severance package.
Confidential medical malpractice settlement for widow after her husband’s wrongful death abroad was caused by the failure of an international physician to diagnose an aortic dissection.