Stephanie V. RomeoStephanie Romeo Clark Hill
Stephanie V. Romeo
Stephanie V. Romeo is in the Labor and Employment Business Unit of Clark Hill's Detroit office. Stephanie focuses her practice on representing and advising management on a variety of labor and employment law matters.
Stephanie graduated from Michigan State University College of Law as a King Scholar, summa cum laude. She served as a Managing Editor of the Michigan State Law Review, acted as a Teaching Assistant to Professor Nancy A. Costello in the Research, Writing, and Advocacy program for first year students, and was a member of the Moot Court Board of Advocates. Stephanie has demonstrated exceptional oral advocacy skills, advancing to the semi-final rounds of both her first year advocacy course’s school competition and the American Bar Association’s National Appellate Advocacy Competition in February 2018, in New York City. She also received multiple awards for academic excellence, including a full tuition scholarship and Jurisprudence Achievement Awards as top scholar in four different courses.
Throughout law school, Stephanie also obtained labor and employment law experience. As both a legal intern at the National Labor Relations Board and a Summer Associate in Clark Hill’s Labor & Employment Business Unit, she gained a unique perspective on these issues.
Prior to attending law school, Stephanie worked at the University of Michigan’s Institute for Social Research interviewing respondents and collecting data for a renowned national study measuring consumer confidence in the economy, commonly known as the Index of Consumer Sentiment or Survey of Consumer Attitudes. She also studied social and cognitive psychology at the University of Michigan, where she received her Bachelor’s Degree with Honors and was a member of the Michigan Marching Band flag line for four years. In her free time, Stephanie enjoys traveling, indoor cycling, watching football, and playing piano.
PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
Presented “Employer Speech: Politics, Social Media, and Employer Rights” via webinar in Detroit, MI on January 29, 2019.
- Defendant and Juror Social Class and Age: Effects on Jurors’ Perceptions of a Crime