The Stein Scholars Program turns 25 next year, and we look forward to celebrating with students, faculty, and alumni of the program. From an inaugural class in 1992 of 10 Stein Scholars, the program has now grown to more than 500 graduates! And those Stein Scholars alumni are engaged in countless types of practice—from civil legal services and impact litigation to criminal defense and from private practice to government positions at the city, state, and federal levels. Stein alumni also give back in many other ways, from active pro bono dockets to volunteering with bar association committees and from serving on nonprofit boards of directors to teaching and training the next generation of legal professionals.
We look forward to celebrating the program, as well as graduates’ varied paths to service, on April 19, 2018, at Outten & Golden LLP, a law firm that advocates for workplace fairness. Outten & Golden is located at 3rd Avenue and 44th Street, right around the corner from Grand Central Station.
Thursday, April 19, 2018
6 – 8 p.m.
Outten & Golden LLP
685 Third Avenue, NYC
We are also thrilled to report that Zephyr Teachout, a Fordham Law professor who has spent her career exposing corruption in government, will provide brief remarks during the celebration. Zephyr is the author of Corruption in America: From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United (Harvard University Press 2014), a seminal book on the subject, and she is part of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington’s lawsuit against President Donald Trump, which alleges violations of the Constitution’s emoluments clause.