Mallory Stumpf Zoia

Associate || St. Louis

Mallory Stumpf Zoia is an associate in Ogletree Deakins’ St. Louis office. Mallory earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with minors in Legal Studies and Health Care Ethics, graduating magna cum laude from Saint Louis University in 2014. She earned her J.D. from Saint Louis University School of Law in May of 2017, graduating cum laude.

During law school, Mallory was an Editor of the Saint Louis University Law Journal, served as secretary of Phi Delta Phi, and assisted as a SLU LAW Ambassador. In addition, she gained valuable experience as a law clerk at a St. Louis area law firm focusing on civil defense.

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Education

  • J.D., cum laude, Saint Louis University School of Law, 2017
  • B.A., magna cum laude, Saint Louis University, 2014

Admittance to Practice

  • Missouri
  • Illinois
  • U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Missouri
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Illinois

Professional Activities

  • Women Lawyers’ Association of Greater St. Louis
  • Bar Association of Metropolitan St. Louis
  • Central Institute for the Deaf (Young Professionals Board)

Speeches

  • Lorman Webinar - "Legal Implications of Testing Job Applicants" - February 8, 2019
  • Lorman Webinar - "Legal Implications of Testing Job Applicants" - November 9, 2018
  • Gateway Association of Payroll Professionals - "Paid Sick Leave: Trends and Pitfalls for Employers" - St. Louis - November 2018
  • Missouri Employment Conference - "Employee Handbook Mistakes that Cause Legal Headaches" - Columbia - May 2018
  • National Business Institute - "Performance Appraisal Fundamentals to Stay Out of Hot Water" - St. Louis - April 2018
  • Fall 2017 - ABA YLD Labor & Employment Law Committee - "EEOC Attacks Physical Ability Tests"
  • July 20, 2018 - EHS Today - "EEOC Cracks Down on Pre-Employment Physical Testing"
  • Academic Excellence Awards in Employment Discrimination and Civil Rights Law
  • St. Louis Lawyer – Pro Bono Volunteer of the Month – March 2019

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