Stephanie hails from the widely undervalued state of Iowa, where the corn is sweet and the dispositions are sunny. She received a bachelor’s degree in American Studies (focusing in Sociology and Women’s Studies) at Vassar College, graduating in the top ten percent of her class. After taking a break from the east coast to recruit for healthcare software giant, Epic, in Madison, WI, she migrated back to New York to attend NYU Law School. Currently in her third year, Stephanie is a Butler Scholar, a distinction given to the top ten students in a class after two years. She is an Articles Editor for the NYU Law Review, and will be clerking for a federal district judge and then for a federal appellate judge upon graduating. She weathered her first law school exam period without a home because her apartment was condemned, and has since been evangelical about preparing for the worst.
Stephanie has been teaching and mentoring in various capacities for eight years, most recently as a teaching assistant for first year sections of Constitutional Law and Civil Procedure. She’s comfortable with expository writing and qualified to assist with college and law school admissions processes by her own experience as an applicant and, analogously, as a recruiter for a company hiring primarily recent college graduates.
In her spare time, Stephanie likes outdated mystery shows, reading YA lit, and cooking brunch. She also enjoys trying new IPAs and new fitness classes - almost never in that order.