Clients can count on Courtney's legal knowledge to counsel them through complex securities and commercial litigation. Her writings on shareholder issues and federal regulations have been published in numerous outlets. Courtney Quirós focuses primarily on securities fraud class actions, shareholder derivative suits, corporate investigations, and other complex commercial litigation. She has defended health care, manufacturing, insurance, and financial services clients in federal courts throughout the country. Courtney has also represented clients in internal investigations. Her pro bono work involves immigration issues, social justice, and civil liberties. While in law school, Courtney served as the co-president of Women of Stanford Law and as a member of the Religious Liberty Clinic. At Stanford, Courtney earned the Gerald Gunther Prize for Constitutional Law. Courtney completed her undergraduate studies at Princeton University, earning high honors in religion with a concentration in African American studies.