Stu holds a Juris Doctor degree from Syracuse University College of Law. At SU, he was a Notes & Comments Editor on the SU Journal and received both a scholarship and a fellowship to study law. As an undergraduate, Stu focused on philosophy and economics at Brooklyn College where he graduated magna cum laude, and was captain of the Fencing Team (NCAA).
As a litigator, Stu Weisman has tried and argued cases in village, town and city courts, before the NY Supreme Court, the Fourth Department Appellate Division, U.S. District Courts, Bankruptcy Courts, and the U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as before administrative tribunals such as the NYS Division of Human Rights and Department of Labor.
In addition to his law practice, Stu is the Director of the Criminal Justice & Homeland Security Studies Program at Cazenovia College, and a civilian instructor at a local police academy. He has lived and worked in the Middle East, and has visited Korea, England, and other places of interest.
Admissions To Practice
- New York State
- U.S. District Court (NDNY)
- U.S. District Court (WDNY)
- U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals
- U.S. Supreme Court
- Move Over Darwin: The Teaching of Intelligent Design in Science Classes in Public Schools
- The Search for Justice: John Doe’s Story (Caz. College Mag.)
- Ethical Considerations In Landlord-Tenant Law
- Giving Charity From Illegal Gains: Ethical Limitations to Giving and Accepting Charity
- How To Handle Post-Trial Issues: Interest and Motions
- The Beggar’s New Gloves - Second Place Winner, NY Law Journal Writing Contest
- Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity - Exploration of Dworkin's View of Insanity
- Ethical Considerations When Filing Involuntary Bankruptcy Petitions
- Identifying and Preventing Corporate Fraud
- Ethical Concerns Regarding Multiple Representation and Withdrawing as Counsel
- Ethical Issues Encountered When Dealing With Small Business Clients
- Employment Law Issues for Small Businesses
- Issues in Ethics: Inadvertent Disclosure
- Planning Ahead to Avoid Legal Malpractice
- Need & Greed: The Story of the Largest Ponzi Scheme in American History
- Customary International Law: Deep Seabed Mining - Syr. Journal Int’l Law
- Attorney Fees Dispute Resolution
- Criminal Justice Educators Assoc.
- Federal Arbitrator, Mediator, Neutral Evaluator
- Bankruptcy Bar Assoc.
- Federal Bar Assoc.
- NYS Bar Assoc.
- NYS Surrogate Decision-Making Committee
- Onondaga County Bar Assoc.
- World Org. to Investigate Persecution of Falun Gong