Jason Stern completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Maryland and graduated from Brooklyn Law School in 1994.
Soon after starting his own practice in 1995, he began litigating cases in state and federal court. He is admitted to practice in both the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York and is a long-standing member of the New York State Trial Lawyers Association. During his prestigious career, he has been appointed and served New York as a New York Civil Court Arbitrator, Civil Court Guardian Ad Litem, New York City Administrative Law Judge, and New York City and State Impartial Hearing Officer.
As an oft-quoted expert on cutting-edge legal issues, his media appearances include the New York Times, Fox News, Good Morning America, CNN, Headline News, Wall Street Journal, ABC, US News & World Report, Bottom Line Magazine and the BBC.
Mr. Stern has received recognition for his extensive volunteer and pro bono work on behalf of the Brooklyn Bar Association and the 9/11 Victims' Assistance Program and has served his local community as a Little League Baseball Coach for the past three years.
He lives in New York with his wife and two children.
Hourly ($400-600/hour), contingent (25-40%), Fixed (sometimes)
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I endorse this lawyer. Jason and I are both Criminal attorneys with backgrounds in Administrative Law. Jason is an experience and zealous advocate for his clients who posses the rare traits of hard work, integrity and a great personality. I highly recommend and endorse Mr. Stern.
Ivan Khoury Administrative law Attorney
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|NY||Due to reregister within 30 days of birthday||1995||07/11/2016|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Honor for Pro Bono Work on Behalf of 9/11 Victims Families||9/11 Victims Family Center||2001|
|Gold Award for Volunteer Work||Brooklyn Bar Association||1999|
|Principal||Law Offices of Jason Stern||1995 - Present|
|Impartial Hearing Officer||New York City Department of Education||2004 - 2007|
|Impartial Hearing Officer||New York State Department of Education||2004 - 2008|
|Torts Law Professor||Globe Institute of Technology||2003 - 2003|
|Administrative Law Judge||New York City Department Of Finance||2002 - 2004|
|Small Claims Arbitrator||Civil Court Of The City Of New York||2000 - 2002|
|General Counsel||Evolution Talent Agency||1999 - 2000|
|Attorney||Prudential Securities||1995 - 1995|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Croton Bar Association||President||2013 - Present|
|New York State Trial Lawyers Association||Judicial Member||2002 - Present|
|New York City Bar Association||Attorney Member||2000 - 2004|
|Brooklyn Bar Association||Attorney Member||1995 - 2000|
|People of the State of New York v. Confidential||Dismissed|
|Mangru et. al. v. TIAA-CREF||Settled|
|Time Warner Cable v. Barnes et al.||Settled|
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|HubPages||How to Negotiate A Severance Package||2013|
|Fox News||Slacktivists: Changing the World with Likes, Clicks and Tweets||2012|
|U.S. News and World Report||Law Review Leads to Legal Jobs||2012|
|HubPages||How to Beat a Reckless Driving Charge in New York||2012|
|ABC News||Negotiating a Better Severance Package||2009|
|Bottom Line Personal||Negotiating Better Severance||2009|
|The New York Times||No Grunting They Said, And He was At The Gym||2006|
|The Wall Street Journal||Grunting Bodybuilder Might Flex His Legal Muscles||2006|
|Brooklyn Law School||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1994|
|University of Maryland, College Park||Criminology||BS - Bachelor of Science||1991|
|New York Film Academy||Pitfalls in the Film Industry||2002|
|Digital Music in the 21st Century||Digital Music||2002|
|Learning Annex||How to Win Your Small Claims Court Case||2001|