Stephanie Stephens represents banks, finance companies and other lenders, as well as borrowers, in negotiating, documenting, and closing secured and unsecured debt financing transactions. READ MORE
With 20 years of experience counseling clients in the financial services industry, she’s able to anticipate issues with a deal before they arise and provide clients strategic advice as they enter the deal process. Stephanie also advises on commercial and investment grade syndicated credit facilities, acquisition financing, note purchase transactions, loan participations, credit and facility reviews, asset and stock acquisition financing, real estate lending and other working capital credit facilities.
Chambers® USA’s Guide to America’s Leading Lawyers for Business sources describe Stephanie as being a “go-to banking and finance lawyer," who "provides quick, practical and well thought-out answers."
Winston & Strawn (2008-2009)
Kennedy Covington Lobdell & Hickman, LLP (2006-2008)
Jenkens & Gilchrist, LLP (1998-2006)
U.S. Law Firm Group, Women’s Committee
American College of Finance Lawyers
Association of Commercial Finance Attorneys (2011-Present)
Community Council of Farestart (2018-2019)
American Bar Association — Commercial Finance Director/Liaison to Business Law Section Pro Bono Committee
Bainbridge Island Visually Impaired Persons Book Group, Volunteer
Bainbridge Island School District Highly Capable Education Advisory Committee (2014-2016)
Chambers® USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business, Banking & Finance (2021-2023)
"Washington Super Lawyer," Thomson Reuters, Securities & Corporate Finance (2023)
Fellow, American College of Commercial Finance Lawyers (2018)
Fellow, Leadership Council on Legal Diversity (2013)
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