Mallory K. Harper


Mallory Harper is a native of Auburn, Alabama. She grew up in Auburn and graduated from Auburn High School. Mallory completed her undergraduate work at Auburn University with a major in Sociology and a minor in Psychology. While in undergraduate school at Auburn University, Mallory served as an intern with the Alabama Sentencing Commission in Montgomery, Alabama. Mallory attended Faulkner University Jones School of Law where she earned both her J.D. and LL.M. degree in Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution. While in law school, Mallory served on the Executive Board of the Faulkner Law Review and served as both a law clerk and interim judicial assistant with Judge Mike Fellows in Lee County, Alabama.

Mallory began her legal career in private practice in Lee County, Alabama, working in the area of domestic relations and juvenile law. Mallory has served as an appointed Guardian ad Litem in numerous cases and continues to serve as appointed appellate counsel for various juvenile appeals in Lee County. Mallory is admitted to practice in federal court in the Middle District of Alabama and was appointed by the United States Bankruptcy Administrator for the Middle District of Alabama to serve as a Chapter 7 panel trustee for the Middle District. Mallory has experience handling Chapter 7 and Chapter 13 bankruptcy cases on behalf of debtors and continues to serve as a Chapter 7 panel trustee.

Bar Admissions


U.S. District Court Middle District of Alabama


Faulkner University Jones School of Law, Montgomery, Alabama

Juris Doctorate

Honors: Dean’s Honor Roll

Honors: Phi Alpha Delta, Patterson Chapter

Honors: Student Bar Association Senator

Honors: Faulkner Law Review Executive Board, Articles Editor

Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama

Major: Sociology, Concentration: Crime and Deviance

Minor: Psychology, Concentration: Cognitive Behavior and Neuroscience

Honors: Dean’s List

Honors: Alpha Kappa Delta and Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Societies

Professional Associations and Memberships

Alabama State Bar Association

Alabama State Bar Volunteer Lawyer’s Program

Lee County Bar Association

Legal Specialties and Certifications

Chapter 7 Panel Trustee, Middle District of Alabama, 2020

Guardian ad Litem, State of Alabama, 2017

Public Notary, State of Alabama, 2016

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Barbi's impressive academic background shapes her counsel years after her graduation from college and law school. Accepted into the school's selective honors program at The University of Alabama at Birmingham, she graduated magna cum laude in three years. Enrolled at The University of Alabama School of Law, Barbi earned many leadership and advocacy awards. At her private practice in Opelika, she has been selected as a Super Lawyer has received an AV rating* by Martindale-Hubbell*. These awards are given only to the highest caliber attorneys.
Al, admitted to the Alabama bar in 1978, has a long and distinguished record as an attorney and a judge. Al has represented seven Alabama governors, three chief justices of the Alabama Supreme Court, four associate justices of the Alabama Supreme Court, and numerous circuit and district judges. He received a recent appointment by the Alabama Supreme Court to serve on its Standing Committee on the Alabama Rules of Appellate Procedure.