Stacey M. Dippong is an associate in WFBM's Southern California Environmental Department.  Her practice focuses on environmental litigation with an emphasis on toxic tort.  Prior to joining WFBM, Stacey worked for a general litigation firm gaining experience in all types of civil litigation, representing both plaintiffs and defendants.  While in law school, she served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Bruce M. Selya, of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit.  Stacey additionally interned for the U.S. Attorney's Office in Boston, MA and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Program as part of their Summer Law Honors Program.

Law School achievements: Judicial Intern for the Honorable Bruce M. Selya, First Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals (2005); U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission, Summer Law Honors Program (2006); Teaching Assistant, Legal Skills in Social Context (2006).

Stacey was born in Cleveland, Ohio and grew up in Southern California before moving to Boston, where she attended undergraduate college and law school.  After eight years in New England, she had enough of the cold and snow and was more than ready to return to the warmth and sunshine of California.  However, she did bring back with her a new love for Boston sports - including the Red Sox, Patriots, and her beloved Boston College Eagles. 

In her free time, Stacey enjoys a variety of outdoor activities, especially running.  She has run several marathons, including both New York and Boston.  Stacey also loves to cook, and enjoys volunteering each weekend teaching Sunday school at her church.
Contact Information
Boston College (B.A. 2003)

Northeastern University School of Law
(J.D. 2007)
State Bar of California

Orange County Bar Association
California (2008)
Areas of Practice
Environmental Law

Toxic Tort Litigation