Stephanie B. Hoffmann
Stephanie lives and breathes the law—it is her life’s passion and her avenue for serving the community in which she lives and works. She understands each matter she works on can be the most important priority in her client’s life and, as such, it is equally important to her. The complexity and nuance of litigation, particularly concerning labor and employment law is fascinating to Stephanie. She channels her passion for the law into proficiency, effectiveness, and diligence on behalf of each client whom she serves with transparency and empathy. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys salsa dancing, painting, writing, and baking.
Prior to joining Underberg & Kessler, Stephanie was a senior attorney for the Court of Appeals, interned in Federal District Court in New York, and volunteered hundreds of pro bono hours to legal non-profit organizations. Stephanie was an associate editor for the Albany Law Review, the project leader for her law school’s labor and employment law pro bono project, and the president of the law school’s labor and employment law society that hosted various lectures. She also assisted in creating Albany Law School’s non-profit formation tool.