Mallory Minor, MPA, MPS
Mallory Minor is a Georgia Native and brings with her over 19 years of paralegal, legislative and judicial administration experience! Mallory started her career as a Paralegal. She went on to hold the position as the Legislative Clerk’s Assistant with the Georgia General Assembly, where she worked closely with Former Clerk Robbie Rivers and the Georgia House. Mallory continued her public service with the Magistrate Court of Rockdale County, where Chief Magistrate Judge Phinia Aten appointed her as the Magistrate Clerk of Court. This historic appointment placed Minor as the 1st African American Woman Clerk of Court in Rockdale History! With the Court, Mallory connected with the Court’s innovative court-to-community programs projected in video series, “Smart Justice;” annual youth law camp for middle and high school students and mentorship of high school, college and law students. She later went on to serve as Municipal Chief Deputy Clerk of Court, Appointed City Clerk of two (2) Municipalities, and Appointed Court Administrator.
Mallory has served on multiple committees, including District Four Representative of the Council of Magistrate Court Clerks, Inc., Editor of the Reporter’s Notebook, and a member of Leadership Rockdale Class of 2016. As part of the Leadership Rockdale Class of 2016, Mallory gained educational experience, knowledge, and understanding from authorities on a wide variety of subjects such as governmental organization, education, and private enterprise, dealing with issues facing her community, state, and nation. She is also actively involved with several professional and civic organizations, including her appointment as a Civil Service Hearing Officer, Madame Secretary of the Rockdale County Citizen’s Progressive Club, and as a Rockdale County Juvenile Court Mentor.
Mallory earned her B.S. in Legal Studies, A.A.S. in Paralegal Studies and American Bar Association Approved Certificate in Paralegal Studies from Clayton State University, her Master in Professional Studies and Master in Public Administration at Tennessee State University, and is a Registered Neutral with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution.