Malcolm's practice focuses on representation of electric utility clients before the Florida Public Service Commission. He also has experience advising clients on the siting and licensing of industrial and infrastructure projects including energy facilities, telecommunications facilities, and mining operations; advising clients on compliance with state and federal environmental regulations; representing clients in environmental permit challenges and enforcement actions; representing clients before local government boards; and representing clients in litigation and appeals in state and federal courts.
Law School. Malcolm was the recipient of a three-year merit scholarship. He was selected as a Note and Comment Editor for the Arkansas Law Review and elected as student representative to the Arkansas Bar Association and the American Bar Association. Malcolm also served as a judicial extern to Judge William R. Wilson, United States District Court for the Eastern District of Arkansas, and Justice Paul Danielson, Arkansas Supreme Court.
Undergraduate. Malcolm received a bachelor's degree with Honors and Distinction based on examination scores and publication of an honors thesis. Malcolm was selected as a member of Phi Alpha Theta National History Honors Society, Omicron Delta Kappa Leadership Honors Society, and the University's Student-Alumni Leadership Council.
Little Rock Regional Chamber of Commerce. Malcolm was Chairman (2015-2016) and Vice-Chairman (2014-2015) of Create Little Rock, the young professionals' division of the Chamber. Malcolm also served as a Member Ex Officio (2015-2016) of the Chamber Board of Directors.
Florida Bar Association. Malcolm serves as Co-Chair of the Energy Committee and as a member of the Executive Committee of the Environmental and Land Use Law Section.
Tallahassee Bar Association. Malcolm serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Young Lawyers' Division.
Florida's Renewable Energy Projects, Florida Chamber Environmental Permitting Summer School, July 2018 (panelist)
Environmental and Land Use Law 2018 Update, Florida Bar Annual Convention, June 2018 (organizer/moderator)
Electric Vehicles & Emerging Issues in Florida, Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar, December 2017 (organizer/moderator)
Environmental Regulation: Updates from Tallahassee and Washington, Florida Municipal Electric Association Annual Conference, July 2017 (presenter)
Amendment 4 and Solar Development in the Sunshine State, Environmental and Land Use Law Section of the Florida Bar, May 2017 (moderator)