Stephanie K. Seymour

Associate

Overview

Stephanie Seymour is an associate in the Business Law Department with Foley & Lardner LLP. Stephanie is based in the Milwaukee office where she is a member of the firm’s Transactions Practice Group.

During law school, Stephanie was a summer associate at Foley in the Business Law Department. She also worked as a student attorney with the University of Wisconsin Law & Entrepreneurship Clinic where she assisted local startups with incorporation, compliance, and business strategy.

Prior to joining Foley, she worked as a legal contracting and regulatory intern at an insurance company, helping draft vendor contracts and conducting data privacy and ERISA regulatory research. Stephanie also spent time as a strategic advisor for a healthcare consulting company where she assisted healthcare startups in commercializing their businesses. Additionally, Stephanie helped manage a global phase III clinical trial as an operations intern at an international pharmaceutical company.

As an undergraduate, Stephanie spent over 3 years as a stem cell bioengineer at the Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, helping develop technology to assist in the clinical use of induced pluripotent stem cells. She was also selected as one of 20 students globally to conduct cellular signaling research at the University of Tokyo’s School of Pharmaceutical Science. 

Presentations and Publications

  • Co-author, “Tracking and Predicting Human Somatic Cell Reprogramming Using Nuclear Characteristics,” Biophysical Journal (May 5, 2020)
  • Co-author, “High-content imaging with micropatterned multiwell plates reveals influence of cell geometry and cytoskeleton on chromatin dynamics,” Biotechnology Journal (October 10, 2015)

Education

  • University of Wisconsin Law School, (JD, cum laude, 2021)
    • Managing Editor, Wisconsin Law Review
  • Wisconsin School of Business – Madison (MBA, 2020)
    • Operations and Technology Management Specialization
  • University of Wisconsin (BS, 2017)
    • Majors, Molecular Biology and Economics
    • 2015 Amgen Scholar, University of Tokyo

Admissions

  • Wisconsin

Capabilities