Scott P.Mallery

Counsel

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Scott invokes his unique legal experiences to approach problems from a variety of different angles to proceed with the most efficient, cost-effective and practical strategy, whether that be a public policy, advice and counsel, or litigation issue.


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California’s legal and regulatory landscape, particularly in the labor and employment field, has become exceedingly complicated to navigate. Clients look to Scott to demystify the political process in California, and to present practical solutions for clients attempting to navigate the complex web that is the California political process generally, and labor and employment law specifically.

Scott’s unique professional experiences as a federal judicial law clerk in the Eastern District of California, as a political consultant in Sacramento, and as an adjunct professor of legal writing have helped him to become highly skilled in legal writing and research, while also possessing an adept knowledge of the intricacies of the political process in California. These skills are crucial as Scott assists clients to troubleshoot vexing issues that arise through the California legislative process and jump seamlessly into large legal writing and research projects.

After externing for the Honorable Frank C. Damrell Jr., Judge Damrell hired Scott as his law clerk. After clerking for a variety of judges sitting in the Eastern District of California, Scott went to work for a political consulting firm in California’s capital. At the consulting firm, he provided his knowledge on state-wide initiatives, consulted on the political ramification of certain legislation, and assisted clients in all matters relating to compliance with campaign finance laws and regulations.

Pulling from his unique experiences in the legislative, judicial, and private legal world, Scott assists clients in solving their legal problems in a holistic, forward-looking manner. Scott loves expanding upon, and applying, his knowledge of procedural issues, whether it comes to complex litigation, analysis of applicable rules, [or] choice of law issues.

  • JD, McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific
    McGeorge Law Review, Editorial Board, Chief Legislation Editor
    Dean’s honor list
    Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Award
  • BA, University of California, Davis
    Political Science and Spanish
    UC Davis Rugby Club and Football Team
  • California
  • California Superior Court