Stephanie B. Foley represents a wide variety of clients providing services to individuals and business entities, focusing her practice on matters in the fields of criminal defense, family law, and varied civil litigation, but also practicing in the areas of juvenile law, general corporate representation, guardianships, and wills and trusts.
Stephanie began her career as a prosecutor in Addison County, Vermont, where she served until January 2004, at which time she joined the law firm of Deppman & Foley, P.C. (now operating as Lynch & Foley). She was appointed partner in 2006. In connection with her family law practice, Vermont Supreme Court Chief Justice Reiber and Judge Davenport recognized Stephanie for her dedication and service to the Vermont Family Court. She also volunteers as a Guardian ad Litem in the Vermont courts and as an educational surrogate in connection with children in state custody.
Outside the office, Stephanie actively contributes to the Addison County community, whether it be serving on the board of the Lake Dunmore Fern Lake Association, coaching Little League baseball, fundraising for the local Rescue operation or Friends of Middlebury Football, or contributing to the Humane Society and other local charities. In her free time, she enjoys a wide variety of sports with her husband, children, and friends. When not competing around New England in USTA (United States Tennis Association) League Tennis, in platform tennis tournaments, or on the ballfield for the Firm's softball team, she and her husband can usually be found telemark skiing at Mad River Glen, snowshoeing with their Bernese mountain dog, practicing in the slalom course on the waters of Lake Dunmore, or lately, golfing on some nearby course.
Vermont; U.S. District Court for the District of Vermont; Second Circuit Court of Appeals
Vermont Law School (J.D., 1998); Rutgers University (B.A., 1995)
Addison County Bar Association; Vermont Bar Association; Vermont Association for Justice; Vermont Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (past president)