Valeri Malone received her bachelor’s degree from Stephen F. Austin University in 1996, and her juris doctorate degree from Texas Tech University in 1999.
While in law school, Mrs. Malone was a member of the John Marshall National Moot Court Team and a national semi-finalist. She was selected for early membership to the Board of Barristers, in which she was ranked first in her class. She also served as Chair of Appellate Advocacy for the Board of Barristers.
Currently, Mrs. Malone is licensed to practice in Texas State Courts and Oklahoma State courts, as well as in Federal District Courts for the Northern and Eastern Districts of Texas. She has been granted admission to appear in cases, pro hac vice, across the nation, from California to New York.
By Gubernatorial appointment, she also served as Chair for the Texas Board of Manufactured Housing, on which she previously served as a member.
Prior to joining the firm, Mrs. Malone spent several years representing families and victims of explosions involving catastrophic burn injuries. Mrs. Malone practices in the
areas of personal injuries, catastrophic burn injuries, car wrecks, defective products, general negligence, and other accidents involving severe injuries.
Texas Tech University School of Law, Board of Barristers (Class Rank #1)
Stephen F. Austin State University, B.A., cum laude
Professional Associations and Memberships:
State Bar of Texas
Texas Super Lawyer, Rising Star, Recipient
United States District Court, Northern District of Texas, Admission
United States District Court, Eastern District of Texas, Admission
Texas Board of Manufactured Housing, Member
Texas Board of Manufactured Housing, Chair
Past Employment Positions:
Malone Law Firm – 10/99 – 07/03
Texas House of Representative Rick Hardcastle – 2003 Session
Anderson Law Firm – 09/03 – 01/07
Malone Legal Group, PLLC – 02/07 – Present