12222 Merit Drive, Suite 340
Dallas, Texas 75251

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Jill Malouf

Jill Malouf is a partner and focuses her practice on litigation. Malouf has both jury trial and appellate experience, having handled a variety of matters in state and federal courts.

She served as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas, including as a felony prosecutor. She has tried civil and criminal jury and bench trials.

Top-notch service is paramount to Jill’s success in developing and maintaining clients. She is adept in roles ranging from aggressive advocate to negotiator, based upon her client’s needs. This has enabled her also to be successful at alternative dispute resolution / mediation.

Skills and Services

Clients have retained Jill’s services in a broad range of civil litigation matters, including:

  • Fraud and deceptive trade practices
  • Contract disputes
  • Disputes between business owners
  • Business torts
  • Employment agreements and disputes (including EEOC)
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Fiduciary duties
  • Creditor and debtor rights
  • Debt and judgment collection
  • Real estate disputes, leases and seller/buyer liability
  • Lender liability and consumer protection
  • Trustee and trust litigation
  • Officer and director liability
  • Insurance defense
  • Appeals (state and federal)
  • Professional malpractice defense


Jill is a 1994 graduate of Baylor Law School and received her undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Baylor. She served as an Assistant District Attorney in Dallas and has worked at a large national law firm on complex business litigation matters.