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Mallarie defends clients in asbestos litigation and other mass tort matters.

Drawn to law as a teen by her interest in crafting arguments and working within a clearly defined system, Mallarie knew from her early law school days that she was meant to be a litigator. She thrives on advocacy and persuasion, and she excels at building winning arguments and creative litigation strategies.

As a law student, Mallarie completed a mass tort clerkship and discovered that she loved the area’s fast pace and emphasis on strategy. Although her initial post-J.D. roles focused on other litigation categories, she eagerly returned to the mass tort world in 2022, working primarily with asbestos litigation and occasional talc cases. She has overseen cases in nine jurisdictions throughout the northeast, assisting national coordinating counsel teams and managing all aspects of litigation locally. Mallarie is well-acquainted with the network of toxic tort attorneys and has often sat across the table from opposing counsel, or worked alongside co-counsel, on prior cases.

With a gift for spotting patterns between cases as well as their unique elements, Mallarie is known for crafting creative strategies based on a case’s points of difference—and for fighting as hard as she can for clients. She’s also built a reputation as a highly responsive attorney who’s good at breaking down complex legal matters in a way that non-attorney clients can readily understand.




  • J.D., Northeastern University School of Law
  • B.A., Simmons College
    • summa cum laude


  • Massachusetts
  • Connecticut
  • New Jersey

*Contact Mallarie to set up an in-person consultation by appointment in the Boston office.
  • Managed all aspects of litigation in nine jurisdictions, including pleadings, discovery, client reporting, settlement authority requests, disposition strategy, and settlement.
  • Represented clients in complex commercial litigation matters including healthcare fraud recovery actions under the Federal False Claims Act and the Civil RICO Act.
  • Consulted with expert medical professionals, medical billing reviewers, private investigators, and data analysts to investigate fraudulent medical schemes.
  • Represented clients in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including personal injury, property damage, construction, and breach of contract.
Outside the Office

Mallarie is a talented cook and baker who’s excited to have recently moved to a home with a larger kitchen. She’s known for making her own ravioli, pumpkin bread every fall, various burgers, and her special dark chocolate “covid cookies” invented in the early days of the pandemic from the ingredients in her pantry at the time.

She also enjoys working out to reach new fitness goals. Mallarie has participated in multiple Spartan races and likes to hike.

Community Leadership

Mallarie serves as a volunteer judge for undergraduate competitions with the American Mock Trial Association.