Stacey P. Todd
Associate | El Centro Office | V-Card
Stacey Todd is an associate of the Horton, Knox, Carter & Foote, LLP’s El Centro office. She was admitted to the California Bar in November 2013. Since joining the firm, Ms. Todd has dealt with a wide array of subject matters including healthcare law, business law, and contract negotiation.
Ms. Todd received her Juris Doctorate Degree from Quinnipiac University School of Law in Hamden, CT. During law school, Ms. Todd was recognized for her research and writing skills with an Academic Achievement Award for Advanced Legal Writing. She also received awards for Academic Excellence and Clinical Excellence.
Prior to joining the firm as an attorney in May of 2014, Ms. Todd clerked for the Honorable Judge Phillip Scarpellino, as well as worked as a research associate for a civil litigation firm in Connecticut. Ms. Todd also worked with the Quinnipiac Civil Justice Clinic, where she represented low-income clients and sought to secure the rights of special needs students. Also while working for the Civil Justice Clinic, Ms. Todd participated in drafting key legislation regarding juvenile sentencing that was presented to the Connecticut Sentencing Commission, and ultimately became law.
Personally, Ms. Todd grew up in Northern California in Modoc County, however Ms. Todd’s family is originally from the Imperial Valley. She is the granddaughter of Attorney Lewis Plourd, and niece of Judge Christopher Plourd. Ms. Todd is married and has one child. Aside from spending time with her husband and child, Ms. Todd enjoys cooking, hiking, horse-back riding and other outdoor sports.
- Attorney at Law, Horton, Knox, Carter & Foote, LLP, California, 2014-Present
- Research Associate, Lynch, Traub, Keefe & Errante, P.C., Connecticut, 2012-2013
- Certified Legal Intern, Modoc County District Attorney’s Office, California, 2011-2013
- Certified Legal Intern, Quinnipiac University School of Law Civil Justice Clinic, Connecticut, 2011-2013
- Judicial Intern, Judge Phillip Scarpellino, Connecticut Superior Court GA 7, Connecticut, 2012