Ms. Booker worked on a variety of complex cases at Hagens Berman, including representing families of dialysis patients in wrongful death cases, in which she achieved monumental jury verdicts.
- Shareholder, Litigation Attorney, Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite, P.A., Phoenix, AZ, 2007 - 2016, specialized in commercial litigation including trademark and IP
- Legal Intern, Federal Public Defender’s Office Phoenix, Phoenix, AZ, Summer 2005
- St. Mary’s Food Bank Alliance, Advisory Board Member and Mission & Means Committee Member, 2014-Present
- Arizona Asian American Bar Association, Member, 2009-Present
- State Bar of Arizona Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law, Past Chair
- Selected to Super Lawyers 2018 - 2019, Rising Stars 2015 - 2017
- Molly helped secure a combined $383.5 million jury verdict in wrongful death cases against dialysis provider DaVita. She represented the families of three patients who suffered cardiac arrests and died after receiving dialysis treatments at DaVita clinics. Each of the three parties was awarded $125 million in punitive damages from the jury, with compensatory damages ranging from $1.5 million to $5 million.
- “Current Legal Landscape,” University of Arizona Law School Board of Visitors, Panelist, April 2014
- “The Pen is Mightier than the Sword: Tips for Drafting and Enforcing Your Business Contracts,” Better Business Bureau Accredited Business Seminar, August 2013
- “Arbitration in Arizona and the Revised Uniform Arbitration Act,” Better Business Bureau Accredited Business Seminar, June 2011
- “How to Turn Your Summer Job Into a Full-Time Position,” Arizona State University College of Law, Sponsored by the State Bar of Arizona Committee on Minorities and Women in the Law, April 2011
- “Mechanics’ and Materialmen’s Liens: Understanding and Protecting Your Rights as a Contractor, Supplier, Property Owner, or Tenant," Better Business Bureau Legal Series Seminar, May 2009
- “Lock It Up: Protecting Your Trade Secrets and Preventing Unfair Competition,” Trade Secrets and Restrictive Covenants Seminar, September 2008
Molly enjoyed athletic challenges and her favorite pastimes were soccer, cycling and running. Molly also had a penchant for learning foreign languages and was fluent in Spanish.