Malorie J. Peacock


Malorie J. Peacock is Partner at Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock. She was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. She attended the University of Texas where she graduated with honors with a B.A. in government. Malorie then attended the University of Houston Law Center where she graduated cum laude and obtained her J.D.


While in law school, Malorie found that she enjoyed legal work which allowed her to help people. She joined Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock in 2013 focusing on helping people who have been injured by the negligence of others.


During her time with Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock, Malorie has worked on numerous commercial vehicle, trucking and wrongful death cases. Her attention to detail, commitment to finding safety issues and areas of neglect, continued efforts in utilizing technology and cutting edge visuals in her cases, along with her sincere passion to help those who have been hurt, are just some of the qualities Malorie brings to each and every case.


Education: University of Texas, B.A. – 2008; University of Houston Law Center, cum laude, J.D. – 2012


Courts of Admittance: Texas Southern District / Bankruptcy Court, Texas Western District / Bankruptcy Court


Licensed States: Texas


Areas of Practice: large truck and 18-wheeler wrecks, wrongful deaths, product liability, and workplace injuries


Professional Associations and Memberships: State Bar of Texas, Texas Trial Lawyers Association, Cameron County Bar Association, Cameron County Young Lawyers Association, Cameron County Women Lawyer’s Association, Attorney’s Information Exchange Group, American Association for Justice


Honors & Awards: Top 100 Verdicts in Texas in 2017


February 11, 2021
“Litigation of Commercial Vehicle Cases”
TTLA Car Wrecks Seminar

May 15, 2019
“Finding the Villain in Truck Crash Cases”
Lubbock, TX
South Plains Trial Lawyers Association

May 10, 2019
“Negligent Training: Why is the Wreck the Company’s Fault?”
El Paso, TX
El Paso Trial Lawyers Association

May 9, 2019
“Trucking Regulations in Depositions”
Atlantic City, NJ
New Jersey Association of Justice, Trucking Litigation Group

November 29, 2018
Getting to Punitive Damages Through Lack of Training
Washington, D.C.
AAJ Members Only Conference

June 19, 2018
“Identifying Auto Product Defect Cases”
Austin, TX
TTLA Board of Advocates

May 4, 2018
“Identifying Auto Product Defect Cases”
New Orleans, LA
AAJ Jazz Fest