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Doore, Stacylyn

Stacylyn Doore

Associate

stacylyndoore@quinnemanuel.com
Direct Tel: +1 617-712-7121, Direct Fax: +1 617-712-7200
Boston
Tel: 617-712-7100 Fax: 617-712-7200

Stacylyn Doore joined Quinn Emanuel's Boston office in 2018 following several years at another international law firm.  Her practice focuses on complex commercial and securities litigation, as well as securities enforcement matters.  Stacylyn regularly advises clients on trial and discovery strategy, including recently serving as plaintiff's counsel in a three week RMBS putback trial that featured key whistleblower testimony she developed.  Stacylyn has also represented asset management firms in a range of securities law matters, including insider trading and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act investigations, as well as investigations into fee and expense practices.  Stacylyn developed additional trial and appellate courtroom experience while serving as an Assistant District Attorney for Middlesex County and as an Assistant Attorney General in the Administrative Law Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General's Office.

Stacylyn has an active pro bono practice, with a focus on immigration rights of children.

  • Harvard Law School
  • (J.D., 2010)
    • Journal on Legislation:
      • Supervising Editor
  • Georgetown University
  • (A.B., Philosophy (Honors) and Economics, summa cum laude, 2007)
    • Phi Beta Kappa
The State Bar of Massachusetts
  • Jonathan D. Schmidt, Matthew L. McGinnis and Stacylyn M. Dewey, “What Newman Means for the Market,” Westlaw Journal White-Collar Crime (November 2015).
  • Lucy C. Hynes, Matthew L. McGinnis and Stacylyn M. Dewey, “The Shifting Landscape Of Insider Trading Law Following United States v. Newman,” Seeking Alpha (February 2015).
  • Harvey J. Wolkoff and Stacylyn M. Dewey, “Using the Common Interest Privilege in Transactions,” Corporate Counsel (February 2015).