Heather Hayes Ledbetter
Mallory Storey Ulmer is a native of Auburn, Alabama. She holds degrees from Auburn University and Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law. Prior to joining Walton Law Firm in 2015, Mallory gained tremendous experience in whistleblower, fraud, and employment litigation while working at the Beasley Allen law firm, with some of those cases gaining national attention on merit. Mallory’s practice is currently focused on representing victims in personal injury litigation, including the areas of wrongful death, motor vehicle and trucking litigation. She has experience handling cases in the Southeast and Midwest at state and federal court levels. In 2018, Mallory was invited to join the American Association of Justice’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group after her hard work on a case involving a snowy crash between three tractor trailers in Kentucky, wherein she successfully pushed back against new federal rules restricting a plaintiff’s right to discovery in litigation. Mallory is an advocate of the Alabama Head Injury Foundation, which provides resources for members of our communities who have been affected by traumatic brain injuries. She is passionate about representing people who have been seriously injured and families of those killed as a result of the negligence of others.
Mallory and her husband, Dr. Matthew J. Ulmer, reside in Auburn and welcomed their first child in June 2019. They enjoy traveling, finding good local eateries, and being outdoors.
Auburn University, Bachelor of Arts in English
Thomas Goode Jones School of Law, Juris Doctor
Alabama State Bar Association
Alabama Association for Justice (ALAJ)
Young Lawyers Section of the Alabama State Bar
Lee County Bar Association
American Association for Justice (AAJ)
AAJ’s Interstate Trucking Litigation Group
State of Alabama
U.S. District Court, Middle District of Alabama
U.S. District Court, Northern District of Alabama
U.S. District Court, Southern District of Alabama
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