Mallory K. Stoll is an attorney at Blahnik Law Office, PLLC. She joined the law firm in 2012. Mallory practices in the areas of family law, criminal law, and civil litigation, with a focus on family law and criminal law.
Mallory received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Legal Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she graduated with academic honors. She received her Juris Doctor degree from Hamline University School of Law in 2012. During law school, Mallory was actively involved in the Hamline and St. Paul community. She was selected as a Writing Associate for the Hamline Law Review during her second year of law school, and served on the Hamline Law Review Board of Editors as a third-year student. Additionally, Mallory served as a Board Member for the Hamline chapter of the Minnesota Justice Foundation, a non-profit organization that connects law students and lawyers to legal volunteer opportunities within the Twin Cities.
In addition to her involvement in the Hamline community, Mallory also volunteered with several non-profit organizations that focus on family law and juvenile law, including Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services (SMRLS) and the Juvenile Justice Coalition of Minnesota. She received the Public Service Award from the Minnesota Justice Foundation for her pro bono work.
Mallory continues to be actively involved in her community. She is the Vice President and a board member of the Laker Educational Foundation (LEF), a non-profit that provides funding for educational opportunities that promote creativity, excellence, and innovation for members of the Prior Lake-Savage community. Mallory also provides pro bono legal services to low income clients through SMRLS’ Volunteer Attorney Program, representing clients in family law matters.
Before attending law school, Mallory grew up in Prior Lake, and graduated from Prior Lake High School. She was actively involved in Girl Scouts, National Honors Society, and a Board Scholar. In 2003, Mallory was named one of Prior Lake's Outstanding Citizens for her work on her Girl Scout Gold Award project. After graduating from Hamline University School of Law in 2012, Mallory returned to and currently resides in Prior Lake with her husband, Brandon and Stella, their Alaskan Malamute.