Molly Mahoney grew up in Scottsdale, Arizona and completed her Bachelor of Science in Public Health at the University of Arizona in 2014. After her undergraduate degree, she worked at a local non-profit in Tucson helping grieving children and families before pursuing a career in law. Molly received her Juris Doctor at the University of Arizona in May 2019. During her time as a law student, she externed for the Honorable John Tuchi at the United States District Court for the District of Arizona, interned at a medical-legal partnership in Tucson, the Tucson Family Advocacy Program, and an employment law company, the Center for Employment Dispute Resolution HR Solutions. She also worked as a Teaching Assistant for Public Health Law and Ethics, in the James E. Rogers College of Law Children and Family Law Clinic, and at the Pima County Public Defender’s Office where she gained valuable trial experience. Molly was also a member of and Note and Comment Editor for the Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law and was published in the 35.3 edition with her note, The Global Opioid Crisis: Effective Laws to Fight Rising Overdose Fatalities Through Access to Naloxone.
Molly was admitted to the New Mexico Bar in 2019, and practices in the areas of medical malpractice, personal injury and wrongful death, insurance defense, insurance bad faith, and general litigation.