Stephen Roger Bosin, Attorney
Mr. Bosin is a graduate of Rutgers College and Rutgers Law School, and holds a Masters Degree in Corporate Law from New York University School of Law. He was a Trial Attorney for the U.S. Securities & Exchange Commission in the New York Regional Office, and an associate at Carpenter Bennett & Morrissey in Newark, New Jersey. He was also Associate General Counsel of the Curtiss-Wright Corporation, a New York Stock Exchange listed company, where he was primarily responsible for employment and corporate matters.
As an undergraduate he attended Rutgers College on an academic scholarship and was a Dean's List student and President of the Senior Class. Mr. Bosin also won a state championship in debating. At law school he was a member of the International Law Moot Court Team, and Research Assistant to Professor Ruth B. Ginsburg, now of the United States Supreme Court.
He is admitted to practice in the states of New Jersey, New York and California and the United States District Court for District of New Jersey, and the Southern & Eastern Districts of New York. Mr. Bosin is also admitted to practice law in the Courts of Appeal in the Second and Third Circuits. He is a member of the Labor and Employment Section of the Bergen County Bar Association, and the National Employment Lawyers Association. Mr. Bosin is also a member of the Federal Bar Association. In May 2008 he became a member of the Board of Directors of the New Jersey Chapter of the National Employment Lawyers Association.
U.S. District Court District of New Jersey
U.S. District Court Northern District of New York
U.S. District Court Southern District of New York
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