|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Academic Honors - Dean's List||Concord Law School||2009|
|Moot Court Honors||Concord Law School||2007|
|First Year Honors Criminal Law Outstanding Achievement||Concord Law School||2005|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Sonoma County Bar Association||N/A||2013 - Present|
|American Bar Association||N/A||2010 - Present|
|State Bar of California||N/A||2010 - Present|
|The Humane Society of the United States||N/A||N/A|
|The American Society for the Prevention of Cruetly to Animals||N/A||N/A|
|Concord Law School||Law||Juris Doctor||2009|
|University of California - Santa Cruz||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||N/A|
Posted by anonymous
I met Family Law Attorney C Scott Malloy in the middle of my complex divorce case and child custody matter. Scott became quickly familiar with my case and was able to take action and make good recommendations for both me and my child in a timely matter.
I am thankful I chose Scott as my family law attorney and the Beck Law firm. They are a great group of sharp lawyers and administrative staff. Scott will continue to be my lawyer...
Posted by Tina Marie
It's hard to know where to start. From our initial consultation I knew I had the right man for the job. Christopher is very professional and knowledgeable and at the same time he is very easy to talk to respectful. I felt very safe with him because I knew that he was very capable and actually concerned about the outcome of my case. I noticed right away that Christopher really enjoys his work and goes above and beyond what other attorneys would do - if he isn't familiar with something he will find out. While sensitive and concerned for his clients he is a powerhouse in the courtroom. He is not meek or passive. I was so happy and confident to have him at my side in front of the judge. I really feel strongly about what a great lawyer Christopher is and I want everyone to know if they need a winner - hire Christopher!
Posted by Harold
I am the Trustee of my deceased mother's estate and in the process of selling my mother's house. I have known Scott socially for some time but have not interacted with him for a number of years. I ran into him at the post office a few months back and was given his business card. This week I needed some legal advice right away and decided to call Scott to see if he could help me. I called Scott for a telephone consultation regarding dual agency and disclosure with respect to the sale of my mother's property. He told me right away that he doesn't specialize in real estate law but asked what my particular concerns were regarding the subject. After providing some detail on our listing agreement and outlining questions that had been raised by my sister, Scott indicated that he could do some research on the specific topics if I desired, but he could share some general legal views right away on what I had presented to him thus far. It turned out that as we discussed the issues (which were largely concerns of my sister), Scott's observations regarding the general legal meaning of certain terms and conditions and his perspective on the actions and timing of the real estate agent, were right in line with what I felt was the situation but was unable to articulate in as meaningful a way as Scott did. Having attempted to sell real estate for about a year, more than two decades ago, I came away from our conversation with the confidence that Scott's perspective had given me all the information I needed without further investigation. The half hour or so consultation with Scott was without charge but I will not hesitate to use his services in the future.