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Mara A. O

Mara A. O'Malley

Associate / Boston

Overview

Mara A. O’Malley is an associate in Nutter’s Litigation Department. Clients rely on Mara’s assistance in a variety of areas, including employment law, white collar defense, and commercial litigation. Mara is also actively involved with the firm’s pro bono efforts.

Notable Experience and Client Impact

  • Key member of legal team protecting corporate client against potential liability from tortious interference claims
  • Assisting in the defense of corporate clients against claims of discrimination before state agencies in Massachusetts and Rhode Island
  • Supporting a firm partner in providing counsel to a foreign government regarding applicability of U.S. employment laws
  • Assisting in the preparation and submission of an amicus brief to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Recinos v. Escobar, 473 Mass. 734 (2015), arguing in support of Probate and Family Court jurisdiction over youths between the ages of eighteen and twenty-one in Special Immigration Juvenile Status proceedings

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In addition to her summer associate work at Nutter, Mara’s professional experience includes interning for the Honorable Jeffrey A. Goodstein of the Nassau County Supreme Court in Garden City, New York. During law school, Mara served as a notes and comments editor for the Hofstra Law Review. She also represented non-profit corporations in the early stages of formation as a legal intern with Hofstra Law School’s Community and Economic Development Clinic.

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Education & Admissions

Education

Hofstra University School of Law, J.D., summa cum laude

Boston University, B.F.A.

Admissions

  • Massachusetts
  • U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts

Notable Experience

Mara assisted in the preparation of an amicus brief to the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court in Recinos v. Escobar, 473 Mass. 734 (2015), arguing in support of Probate and Family Court jurisdiction over youths in Special Immigration Juvenile Status proceedings.

Noteworthy

Mara’s professional experience includes interning for the Honorable Jeffrey A. Goodstein of the Nassau County Supreme Court in Garden City, New York.

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