Mallory Neumann is an associate with Foley & Lardner LLP. She is a member of the firm’s Government Solutions Practice. Mallory joined the firm in 2017 when she served as a summer associate in the Tallahassee office.
During law school, Mallory was a member of Class XIII of the prestigious Florida Gubernatorial Fellowship Program. As a Fellow, she worked with the Florida Department of Agriculture & Consumer Services where she assisted in creating Florida’s pilot program to implement the Federal Food Safety Modernization Act’s Produce Safety Rule. In addition, she assisted in drafting food safety regulations for medical marijuana treatment centers pertaining to edibles. She also served as a Fellow at UCLA Law School’s Resnick Program for Food Law & Policy where she was a contributing member to the Farm Bill Law Enterprise, which provides recommendations for improving the federal farm bill.
Mallory also served on the Executive Board of the FSU Law Moot Court Team. While on the team, Mallory presented oral argument to the Supreme Court of Florida and was awarded the Best Oral Advocate distinction presented to her by former Chief Justice Jorge Labarga. She also competed in the Robert Orseck Memorial Competition hosted by the Florida Bar Young Lawyers Division where she was able to present oral argument to the Supreme Court of Florida for a second time and received the Best Oral Advocate award.
Mallory was an executive board member from 2016 – 2018 for the Tallahassee Bar Association Young Lawyers Section.
Mallory earned her law degree with honors from Florida State University College of Law (J.D., 2018), where she was an article and notes editor for the Journal of Land Use and Environmental Law. Mallory also served as a research assistant to Professor Erin Ryan providing assistance for law review articles and books in the areas of environmental, health, and food law. She received her bachelor’s degree in Food Science & Human Nutrition from the University of Florida (B.S., 2014).
Mallory is admitted to practice law in Florida.