Stephanie Pottier Attorney

STEPHANIE N. POTTIER, ESQ.

Associate

Like our founder, Stephanie N. Pottier started in the legal field supporting attorneys. She began her legal career as a paralegal at small litigation law firm in Rocklin, California. Ms. Pottier gained a vast amount of experience in State and Federal courts, focusing primarily on employment litigation for plaintiffs. Ms. Pottier was a certified law student during law school, gaining courtroom and trial experience even before becoming an attorney. She has spent years learning the legal world from the inside and now applies that to her career as a lawyer.
 
Ms. Pottier was no ordinary paralegal. In 2015, she was part of the legal team obtaining a favorable jury verdict in Barbara Anderton v. Bass Underwriters, Inc., obtaining an award of $4.74 million in damages and compensation to the plaintiff. The verdict was nominated as one of the top 40 verdicts in California in 2015.
 
Though Ms. Pottier has extensive experience in all facets of litigation, her passion is employment law. In her career, she has spent a lot of time representing employee’s against claims of discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, retaliation, wage and hour disputes, class actions, arbitration and mediation. Presently she is the lead attorney for Fry Law Corporation's employment law division (plaintiff and defense). Ms. Pottier’s passion for the law enables her to zealously represent and advocate for her clients to reach the most favorable resolution. 

 Ms. Pottier has been a life long dancer. She began her own dance training at the age of 3, dancing competitively in many dance competitions including Showstoppers and Showbiz.  She even runs a dance studio seeking to inspire, motivate, and share the talents of all of her dancers to become technically proficient in a fun environment. Besides that, on her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and her dog, Viognier. 


Ms. Pottier is admitted to practice in all California State Courts and is a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), the California Young Lawyers Association (CYLA), and the Capitol City Trial Lawyers Association (CCTLA).