Stephanie Pierce is an associate and business law attorney with Foley & Lardner LLP, where she focuses her practice on providing counsel to insurance clients. Stephanie is only admitted to practice law in Missouri and is not admitted in Wisconsin.
Previously, Stephanie was an associate attorney at a prominent law firm in Kansas City, Missouri. She served as sole associate who supported the firm’s regulatory practice group, coordinated the formation and redomestication of insurance companies, worked with state insurance regulatory agencies to mitigate a wide range of market conduct issues, and completed required regulatory filings for licensure and maintenance of insurance entities. Prior to that, Stephanie worked as a legal counsel for the Missouri Department of Insurance. She served as counsel for licensing of service contract and insurance licensees, market regulation, administration, and human resources.
As a law student, Stephanie served as an intern for the Civil Litigation and Employment Law Unit at Colorado Attorney General’s Office. She also served as a summer law clerk for the Department of Social Services, where she provided support for the Missouri’s Medicaid Program.
Stephanie received her law degree from the University of Missouri School of Law (J.D., 2016), where she was associate editor in chief and associate member of the Missouri Law Review. During this time, she was also on the Student-Faculty Relations Committee, selected to represent the University of Missouri at the 2015 National Law Students Workers’ Rights Conference, was top 10 pro bono program participant and semi-finalist on the Board of Advocates Mediation Competition, and earned top grades in negotiation and lawyering classes.
Stephanie earned her bachelor’s degree in sociology, with a minor in anthropology, from the University of Missouri (B.A., 2010).
Stephanie is only admitted to practice law in Missouri. She is not admitted to practice law in Wisconsin.
Stephanie is the author of “Probable Intent v. Certainty: The Missouri Probate Court and the Uniform Probate Code,” 80 Mo. L. Rev. 833 (Summer 2015).