Stephanie is an Associate in the Firm’s Compliance, Investigations, and Criminal Defense Groups. Whether spurred by internal reviews or active government investigations, Stephanie assists individuals and businesses seeking to prevent, investigate, defend, and remediate potential criminal violations.

Stephanie has experience working on matters involving: Title IX; Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) fraud, securities, wire, and healthcare fraud; anti-trust violations; environmental crimes; narcotics and firearms offenses; cryptocurrency; standards of conduct violations; and criminal and civil false claims. Stephanie is also adept at helping clients narrow and respond to government document requests, including grand jury subpoenas, and civil investigative demands that involve extensive electronically stored information (ESI).

Prior to becoming a lawyer, Stephanie worked as a program coordinator for Jefferson County’s District Attorney’s Office. She facilitated collaboration between law enforcement, prosecution, and community agencies regarding sexual assault policies, training, and case reviews for the county. Stephanie uses her prior experience to help her current clients navigate the state criminal justice system.



“Real Rape”: Bias that Allows Violent Offenders to Escape Real Accountability, Cumberland Law Review Vol. 52 (1).


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