A determined problem-solver, Malak appreciates the challenges large corporate clients face when restructuring and commits to helping them overcome each obstacle. Malak provides valuable and strategic insight to a wide range of both debtors and creditors through the chapter 11 process. Every bankruptcy is unique and, as a tireless advocate for her clients, Malak relishes in the opportunity to collaborate with professionals to reach an optimal solution for all parties involved.
While at the American University Washington College of Law, Malak sharpened her client advocacy skills by representing refugees and displaced persons in the Middle East through the International Refugee Assistance Project. Malak also served as the Senior Symposia Editor of the Administrative Law Review, and competed in various domestic and international arbitration moot court competitions. Prior to law school, Malak had the opportunity to apply her French and Arabic fluency during an internship at a corporate law firm in Cairo, Egypt.
- American University Washington College of Law (J.D., cum laude)
- Pro Bono Scholar
- University of Colorado, Denver (B.S.)
- New York (pending)
Memberships and Affiliations
- Senior Symposia Editor for the Administrative Law Review
- Alternative Dispute Resolution Honor Society
- International Refugee Assistance Project