Jeremy G. Mallory
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Jeremy G. Mallory

Jeremy G. Mallory graduated from Swarthmore College in 1995 with High Honors. In 2004 he earned a Ph.D. in ethics from the University of Chicago Divinity School, and a J.D. from The University of Chicago Law School in 2007, with Honors and Order of the Coif. At the Law School, he was Editor-in-Chief of the Law Review. Jeremy clerked for the Honorable Diane P. Wood of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals.

After clerking, he worked for four years at Sidley Austin and Kirkland & Ellis, focusing on securities litigation, bank regulation, environmental litigation, patents, and appellate matters. Jeremy has also taught Constitutional Law at The University of Chicago Law School, and has published articles on legislative chaplaincies and political speech. His scholarship has been cited by academics, appellate briefs, the Seventh Circuit, and the Supreme Court. In college, he was the national and North American parliamentary debate champion. Jeremy is a member of the Illinois and Massachusetts bars and is admitted to practice at the Seventh Circuit.


  • University of Chicago Law School, J.D., with Honors, Order of the Coif, 2007
  • University of Chicago Divinity School, Ph. D., Ethics, 2004
  • Swarthmore College, B.A., High Honors, 1995


  • The Honorable Diane P. Wood, Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals


  • Illinois
  • Massachusetts
  • United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit

Awards, Honors, and Publications

  • University of Chicago Law Review, Editor-in-Chief
  • Edmund Spencer Scholar, James Nelson Raymond Scholar, Ruth Wyatt Rosenson Scholar, Stonewall Scholar, and Bradley Student Fellow
  • University of Chicago Law School, Lecturer-in-Law, 2012-2013
  • "Well, But That System Has Failed Entirely”: Using Theological and Philosophical Methods to Resolve Jurisprudential Confusion over Legislative Prayer, 33 Whittier L. Rev. 377 (2012)
  • Still Other People’s Money: Reconciling Citizens United with Abood and Beck, 47 Cal. W. L. Rev. 1 (2010)
  • Comment, “An Officer of the House Which Chooses Him and Nothing More”: How Should Marsh v. Chambers Apply to Rotating Chaplains?, 73 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1421 (2006), cited in Town of Greece, New York V Galloway, 572 U.S. ___, 134 S. Ct. 1811, 1821 (2014)
  • Dissertation, “If There be a God Who Hears Prayer: An Ethical Account of the United States Senate Chaplain”

Representative Matters

  • Representing Pall Corporation in a complex distribution agreement dispute regarding the distributor’s exclusive right to deal the manufacturer’s product in North America.
  • Successfully defended Pall Corporation in a lawsuit in California state court over the performance of its water filters in a water treatment plant in Bakersfield, California.
  • Assisted with research and drafting in West Virginia v. EPA, No. 15A773 (U.S. Feb. 9, 2016) (successfully briefed first-ever Supreme Court stay of agency regulation prior to judicial review in lower courts).
  • Assisted with research and drafting in In re Pfizer, Inc. Securities Litig., 819 F.3d 642 (2d Cir. 2016) (successfully briefed appeal of securities fraud case reversing district court’s outcome-determinative exclusion of damages expert under Fed. R. Evid. 702 and Daubert).
  • Assisted with research and drafting in In re Murray Coal Co., 788 F.3d 330 (D.C. Cir. 2015) (briefed challenge to EPA Clean Power Plan).
  • Represented a businessman in his suit against former business partners for failing to pay royalties on a patent portfolio.
  • Represented a health club owner/operator, in negotiations with a former business partner who had failed to pay an agreed percentage of the revenues from the operation of another club.
  • Assisted in drafting comments to the US Environmental Protection Energy on behalf of Peabody Energy regarding proposed rules for EPA’s “Clean Power Plan.”
  • Assisted with compiling and presenting extensive and complex expert testimony to Minnesota Public Utilities Commission regarding federal “social cost of carbon” regulations.