Harvey M. Stone

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Harvey M. Stone, "Managing Partner of the Manhattan law firm Schlam Stone & Dolan LLP. Mr. Stone received a B.A. from Harvard College in 1966 (Classics and English). He then taught Classics in Rome, Italy. After graduating from the University of Virginia Law School in 1972, Mr. Stone served as an attorney with the United States Department of Justice, Criminal Division, Appellate Section, Washington, D.C. As a Justice Department attorney, he briefed and argued cases in the various federal courts of appeals and the United States Supreme Court, and frequently defended the U.S. military against constitutional challenges to its criminal justice system and practices. The Solicitor General designated him to argue for the United States in Middendorf v. Henry, 425 U.S. 25 (1975), a challenge to the validity of the Navy's Summary Court Martial procedure. In 1977 Mr. Stone was appointed Chief of the Appeals Division, United States Attorney's Office for the Eastern District of New York. In that capacity, he briefed and argued major cases in the Second Circuit Court of Appeals. In March 1981, Mr. Stone left the United States Attorney's Office to co-found his law firm, which specializes in litigation. Mr. Stone has served as a Board member of St. Stephen's, an American preparatory school in Rome, since the mid-1980's, and has chaired its Governance Committee." [1]