Mallory was always intrigued by the law and its impact on the lives of individuals. She was drawn to the idea of giving a voice to others and, while in university, it was courses in criminal and constitutional law that sealed the deal for her to pursue a career as a lawyer.
While in law school, Mallory participated in Osgoode Hall’s renowned criminal law intensive program where she gained experience working at a large criminal defence firm specialising in both trials and appeals. Mallory went on to practice as a criminal defence lawyer for several years, where she worked tirelessly to fight for her clients with a focus on upholding each individual’s constitutional rights.
Despite enjoying her practice as a criminal lawyer, Mallory was intrigued by the complexity and challenges of estate litigation and pursued a career as an estate litigator. Prior to joining Goddard Gamage, Mallory worked with a boutique estate litigation firm in downtown Toronto, gathering experience in all aspects of estate litigation.
Mallory’s litigation practice at Goddard Gamage focuses on will challenges, guardianships, estate litigation, capacity and mental health issues. Mallory is an empathetic and determined lawyer who uses her skills to guide each client through the litigation process.
Mallory was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2018. She earned her J.D. from Osgoode Hall Law School. Prior to that, she earned a Bachelors of Arts in Legal Studies and Political Science from the University of Waterloo.
In her free time, Mallory enjoys travelling, hiking, and cooking for family and friends.
JD from Osgoode Hall (2014-2017)
Called to the bar in 2018
A Joint Honours BA in Legal Studies and Political Science with a minor in International Studies from the University of Waterloo (2010-2014)
Ontario Bar Association; Law and Mental Disorder Association; Advocates’ Society