Mallory E. Cleaveland (previously Mallory E. McCarroll) is an attorney at Amelia Law Group and practices in the area of business and corporate law, where she focuses her practice on entity formation and organization, contract drafting and negotiation, commercial transactions and business succession planning. Mrs. Cleaveland also handles various licensing and permitting matters, as well as trademark and tradename registration.
Mrs. Cleaveland earned her bachelor’s degree from The University of Florida with a major in Economics and a minor in Business Administration before graduating with her J.D. from The Florida State University College of Law in Tallahassee.
During her time in law school, Mrs. Cleaveland received Book Awards in Construction Law and Criminal Law. Mrs. Cleaveland also had the opportunity to clerk for The Honorable Marcia Morales-Howard at The United States District Court for the Middle District of Florida. Additionally, Mrs. Cleaveland served as a research and teaching assistant for Professor Talbot “Sandy” D’Alemberte, former President of the American Bar Association and Florida State University.
In January 2018, Mrs. Cleaveland was published in the Animal Law Section of the Florida Bar for her article discussing animal rights, which can be found here: https://www.flabaranimals.org/single-post/2018/01/02/Desmond’s-Law-of-Connecticut-Court-Appointed-Animal-Advocates
Mrs. Cleaveland is a member of the Florida Bar, the Nassau County Bar Association, and the Business Law section of the Florida Bar.
J.D. cum laude, Florida State University College of Law 2017
B.A., Economics, minor in Business Administration, University of Florida 2014
Florida Bar, 2018
Honors and Awards:
Certification in Business Law, Florida State University College of Law
Book Awards: Construction Law, Criminal Law