Stephanie Monplaisir started as a Law Clerk in our Personal Injury/Products Liability Section in April 2011. She became a Personal Injury/Products Liability Staff Attorney after passing the Alabama Bar Exam in October 2011. Her practice in that section focused on complex litigation and appellate proceedings for the Personal Injury/Products Liability departments. In December 2012, Stephanie worked in the firm’s Toxic Torts section, handling cases related to the BP Oil Spill litigation and settlement. She has since rejoined the Personal Injury/Products Liability section.
Stephanie graduated Summa Cum Laude from Troy University in 2007 with a double major in Political Science and Psychology. Before starting law school, she worked as a Crisis Counselor with the Federal Emergency Management Agency during the Enterprise, Ala., tornado recovery. Stephanie graduated Summa Cum Laude from Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in May 2011. While in law school, she received 10 Best Paper Awards and the Best Advocate Award in Trial Advocacy. She served as a Senior Editor on the Faulkner Law Review and as a Senior Member of the Board of Advocates.
Stephanie is admitted to practice in Alabama state courts and the United States District Court for the Middle District of Alabama, and the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama. She is also a member of the Montgomery County Young Lawyer’s Association, the Montgomery County Association for Justice and the Women’s Section of the Montgomery County Bar Association. Stephanie is President of the Alabama Head Injury Foundation Junior Board.
Stephanie recently had an article published in Alabama Lawyer magazine titled The Limited Scope of Contributory Negligence in AEMLD-Crashworthiness Cases. Published November 2012. Other authors on the articles are Greg Allen, Cole Portis, Ben Baker, Dana Taunton, Stephanie Monplaisir, David Wirtes, Toby Brown, George Dent, III, David Marsh, Bruce McKee, Larry Morris, and Clay Hornsby.
Stephanie is married to David Monplaisir and they are members of Frazer United Methodist Church. She also is a cheer coach at Ezekiel Academy. Stephanie is another very good lawyer who has exhibited exceptional writing skills. She too is dedicated to the clients she represents and works hard for them. We are fortunate to have Stephanie with the firm.
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