Dormie focuses her practice on financial restructuring and bankruptcy matters, including Chapter 11 bankruptcies and out-of-court restructurings. She has experience advising clients on debtors’ and creditors’ rights issues, including in connection with bankruptcy litigation, claim disputes, fraudulent transfers, and preference actions. Dormie represents distressed companies, creditors, and shareholders in a variety of industries.
Prior to joining Mintz, Dormie was a restructuring associate at a St. Louis–based full-service law firm, where she handled a broad range of restructuring matters.
While earning her JD, Dormie was a summer associate in the Honolulu office of an international law firm and a legal intern with the Missouri Office of the Public Counsel, where she served as an advocate for utility ratepayers. In law school, she won the Outstanding Brief Award in the Wiley Rutledge Moot Court, served as the pro bono chair of the Public Service Advisory Board, and participated in the school’s Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic.
Before law school, Dormie worked as an analyst intern with a securities firm in China.
*Not admitted to practice in New York. Admitted to practice only in the State of Missouri.
Recognition & Awards
- Equal Justice Works Award (2019)
- Member, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association