Mallory Yumol, an associate at the Berger Kahn Irvine Office, focuses her practice on insurance coverage.
Mallory earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, where she received a B.A. in Sociology and Gender and Women’s Studies with high distinction in general scholarship.
Mallory graduated from University of California, Los Angeles School of Law in May of 2017. While at UCLA Law, Mallory was active in UCLA Law Review, where she served as Managing Editor and Staff Member from 2015-2017.
During law school, Mallory gained trial experience as a certified legal intern for the San Diego County Public Defender’s Office. She successfully argued and conducted examinations at several criminal motions and preliminary hearings — including a winning motion that led to case dismissal and a jury trial that obtained two out of three counts not guilty.
After graduation, Mallory was a recipient of the UC Presidential Service Fellowship, under which she received funding to spend a year at the Orange County Public Defender’s Office’s Writs and Appeals Unit. There, she drafted motions to dismiss, appellate briefs, traverse motions, and petitions for writ of habeas corpus.
Prior to joining Berger Kahn, Mallory was an attorney at the Law Office of Amy Einstein at Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers in Lancaster, California. Mallory gained extensive trial experience as a court-appointed attorney for parents in juvenile dependency proceedings, where she handled a caseload of over 200 cases. In these proceedings, Mallory conducted direct and cross-examinations of witnesses, made oral arguments, and obtained settlements, permanent restraining orders and juvenile custody orders on behalf of parents.
In her free time, Mallory enjoys raising her mini aussie, Cali, hiking, and practicing power vinyasa yoga.
University of California, Los Angeles School of Law (J.D. 2017)
•2015-2017 Managing Editor and Staff Member, UCLA Law Review
University of California, Berkeley (B.A. in Sociology 2013)
Los Angeles Dependency Lawyers
Orange County Public Defender’s Office
Recent Media Coverage
Mallory O. Yumol Joins Berger Kahn
Berger Kahn – August 25, 2020
Berger Kahn Participates in OCBF Project Youth’s OC Marathon Fundraiser
Berger Kahn is once again fundraising for the Orange County Bar Foundation Project Youth OC Marathon event. Typically, Berger Kahn team members, along with family and friends, run the OC marathon, half marathon, or 5k in order to garner funds for the Project Youth program. This year’s event will be held virtually. Associates Andrew Wyatt, Mallory Yumol, Jamie Rice, Michael Procopio, Walker Macon, Jay Shaaban, and Nandita Nayyar will be participating in this year’s event. Law clerks Brennan Lund, Victoria Yim, and Daniel Lim will be participating along with Paralegal Hannah Hong. Partners Erin Ezra and Heather Whitmore, as well as Shareholder David Ezra, will also be running for Project Youth. Project Youth OCBF is a non-profit organization committed to promoting the health, safety, and education of Orange County youth. Many families have been hit particularly hard by COVID-19, some of which are struggling just to get food on the table. Along with Project Youth’s original mission to provide juvenile diversion, health education, and higher education mentorship, OCBF is also providing food care packages, gift cards, wellness checks, emotional support, and COVID-19 resources/ education to students and their families at this time.