Clients and Industries
Courtney represents individuals and businesses in a range of civil and criminal litigation matters across the health care, financial services, and technology industries.
Practice Areas and Experience
Courtney’s practice most often focuses on complex civil litigation, white collar criminal defense, and government investigations. She handles a broad range of cases and works with clients through all phases of litigation, including risk assessment, due diligence, discovery, negotiations, motion practice, witness preparation, trial, and appeals.
Professional Experience Outside of Collora LLP
Courtney joined Collora LLP in 2017 after serving as a law clerk for the Honorable Jennifer C. Boal in the U.S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts. Prior to her clerkship, Courtney practiced in the Boston office of Cooley LLP, where she focused on litigation matters pertaining to employment agreements, contracts, securities, and trade secrets. She also provided pro bono representation to immigrant and refugee children in deportation proceedings. While in law school, Courtney worked as a legal associate at the Trial Division of the Massachusetts Attorney General’s Office and the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Massachusetts.
Courtney is passionate about social justice and civic engagement, and spends much of her time volunteering in the Boston community. As a law student, Courtney accumulated over 1,000 hours of pro bono litigation experience. Specifically, she served on the Board of Directors of Harvard Defenders and as a student attorney for Harvard’s Criminal Justice Institute, where she represented individuals in criminal proceedings in Massachusetts state courts.
From 2009-2010, Courtney researched cultural and intellectual history as a Fulbright Scholar in Venice, Italy. In 2012, she studied at L’École de Droit de Sciences Po in Paris, France. Courtney enjoys traveling with friends and family, learning languages, and exploring new cities by foot.