Stephanie M. Chesney

Stephanie M. Chesney Partner

P 617 670 8506
125 High Street
Oliver Street Tower, 6th Floor
Boston, MA 02110
125 High Street, Oliver Street Tower, 6th Floor, Boston, MA 02110

Stephanie Chesney is an experienced litigator with significant experience defending a wide variety of civil cases from pre-suit through trial. Her experience includes representing clients in a variety of business and commercial litigation matters, including employment matters, general liability, education, transportation, products liability, construction, and premises liability. Stephanie also handles professional liability matters in the defense of health care providers and institutions. She has extensive courtroom experience defending claims in the state and federal courts of Massachusetts and Maine. Stephanie has additional experience providing risk transfer and tender advice to clients, as well as advising regarding risk mitigation strategies.

Prior to joining MG+M, Stephanie practiced with a number of regional law firms where she specialized in a variety of complex litigation matters, primarily related to professional liability and the defense of health care providers. She was recognized as a Massachusetts Super Lawyers Rising Star from 2012–2018 and 2020–2022, and as a Rising Star by the National Bar Journal in 2015. In addition, Stephanie was an adjunct professor at New England Law Boston from 2011–2019 where she enjoyed teaching first year law students Legal Research and Writing.

Bar Admissions
  • Maine
  • Massachusetts
  • New England Law | Boston, JD
  • Saint Mary's College of Maryland, BA


  • National Association of Women Lawyers Rising List, 2023
  • Thomson Reuters, Super Lawyers Rising Star, 2012–2018, 2020–2022
  • National Bar Journal Rising Star, 2015
  • Authored and argued a brief before the MA Supreme Judicial Court regarding the reduction of a statutory bond in a case involving an indigent plaintiff. Faircloth v. DiLillo, 466 Mass 120 (2013).


  • National Association of Women Lawyers, Co-Chair, Women in Litigation Affinity Group
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