Mallory Craig Karim

Mallory M. Craig-Karim

Associate
Baker & McKenzie LLP

Biography

Mallory Craig-Karim is an associate in the San Francisco office of Baker McKenzie, where her practice focuses on corporate and securities law.

During law school, Mallory served on the editorial board of the Virginia Tax Review and as president of the University of Virginia Law Democrats.

While pursuing her degrees, Mallory interned with the Executive Office of the President, the Office of the Chief Prosecutor of Military Commissions, the Office of Governor Edmund Brown Jr., and the Office of Congressman George Miller.

In recognition of her academic and extracurricular achievement, Mallory was inducted into the Raven Society, the oldest honor society at the University of Virginia, and Phi Delta Phi.

Practice Focus

Mallory's practice focuses on corporate and securities law. 

Representative Legal Matters

Prior to joining the Firm, Mallory’s experience included the representation of:

  • Zayo Group Holdings, Inc. in its USD 14.3 billion acquisition by affiliates of Digital Colony Partners and the EQT Infrastructure IV fund, the largest media and communications leveraged buyout since the 2008 financial crisis.

  • DoorDash, Inc. in its USD 410 million acquisition of Caviar, Inc.

  • Nightstar Therapeutics plc in its USD 877 million acquisition by Biogen Inc.

  • Calera Capital in its support of ImageFIRST’s acquisition of Faultless Healthcare Linen. Terms of the transaction not disclosed.

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • State Bar of California
  • Bay Area Lawyers for Individual Freedom

Admissions

  • California~United States

Education

  • University of Virginia School of Law (2018)
  • Sarah Lawrence College (2015)
  • University of Oxford (Wadham College, Law & Policy) (2014)

Languages

  • English
  • Author, "Subverting the Perverted Practice of Provocation: Eliminating Modern Day Uses of LGBT Panic Defenses," Tulane Journal of Law and Sexuality, 2018

  • Author, "Ethnic Mobilization and Democratization: Post Cold War Competitive Authoritarian Regimes," Sarah Lawrence College, 2015