Alexee Deep Conroy is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s New York office. Her complex commercial litigation practice focuses on products liability, individual and mass torts, consumer fraud, consumer class actions and antitrust litigation in federal and state courts. She has represented a variety of Fortune 500 clients, including several in the consumer products and pharmaceutical industries.
Ms. Conroy joined the firm’s New York office after completing a hybrid District-Appellate clerkship for Judge Edward Korman in the Eastern District of New York and in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, where Judge Korman sat by designation during the tenure of Ms. Conroy’s clerkship. She received her undergraduate degree from the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, graduating with high honors and a specialization in health policy and bioethics. After working in health care consulting, she obtained a Masters in Bioethics from the University of Pennsylvania. This background in consumer consulting, health, science, and medicine contributes to Ms. Conroy’s extensive litigation experience representing clients in the healthcare and consumer products industries.
Ms. Conroy also has unique experience performing risk management consulting for Fortune 100 clients. Specifically, she has worked one-on-one with clients to perform liability risk assessments related to consumer products and to implement strategies for risk minimization and regulatory compliance.
Ms. Conroy has served as a peer reviewer for the American Journal of Bioethics, as a bioethics consultant for a national family-planning nonprofit organization, as a speaker at academic bioethics conferences, and as a member of the University of Pennsylvania’s Institutional Review Board. Her work has been published in the Cornell Law Review, the Princeton Journal of Bioethics, and Clinical Infectious Diseases.
- Cornell Law School
(J.D., cum laude)
- Dean's List
- Cornell Law Review:
- University of Pennsylvania
(Master in Bioethics)
- Princeton University
(A.B., High Honors, Princeton School of Public and International Affairs: Health Policy and Bioethics)
- Law Clerk to the Honorable Edward R. Korman:
- United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, 2010-2012
- Lessons Learned from the “Laboratories of Democracy”: A Critique of Federal Medical Liability Reform, 91 Cornell L. Rev. 5 (2006).