Stacie L. Damazo
Stacie Damazo is a key component of the law firm’s Litigation Team, including Dunn Carney’s Team People. Her practice focuses on employment, personal injury, and real estate disputes. She is also a member of the firm’s Agriculture, Food & Natural Resources Team.
Stacie engages in each phase of litigation. As an experienced real estate litigation attorney, she keeps the big picture in mind and she identifies and clarifies key legal issues for both her clients and the Court. Providing comprehensive advocacy, Stacie counsels clients before, during, and after litigation.
Before joining Dunn Carney in Portland, Stacie participated in the firm’s Summer Associate Program and was extern to the Honorable Magistrate Judge Stacie F. Beckerman, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon. During law school, she was elected President of the Student Bar Association and Executive Editor of Environmental Law. These experiences sharpened Stacie’s written and oral advocacy skills across a broad spectrum of contexts.
Committed to supporting her community, Stacie seeks out opportunities to volunteer within the greater Portland, Oregon area. She also volunteers as a pro bono attorney with Legal Aid Services of Oregon.
Staying true to her Portland roots, Stacie is an avid Portland Timbers fan and enjoys camping and hiking throughout the Pacific Northwest.
U.S. District Court, District of Oregon
Lewis & Clark Law School, J.D., cum laude, 2019; Student Bar Association, President; Environmental Law, Executive Editor
University of Oregon, B.A., English, 2016
Multnomah Bar Association: Member; Young Lawyers Section, Member; Young Lawyers Section Membership Committee, Member
Oregon State Bar: Member; Oregon New Lawyer Division, Member
Oregon Women Lawyers, Member
Washington State Bar: Member
Pro Bono Activities
Legal Aid Night Clinic, Pro Bono Attorney
Honors & Recognitions
Cornelius Honor Society Inductee, Lewis & Clark Law School
Will Oregon follow DeReyter, Finding Washington’s Ag Overtime Exemption Unconstitutional? Oregon State Bar Agricultural Law Section, April 2021
How to Support Young Lawyers During the COVID-19 Pandemic, Multnomah Lawyer (2020)