Student, Stanford Law School
Stefanie Shih is a third year law student at Stanford Law School and is working in corporate litigation in New York after graduation. Currently, Stefanie is a course assistant at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, a research assistant in Legal Ethics and Corporate Law, a Senior Editor for the Stanford Law and Policy Review Journal, and a producer for the annual law school musical. She also serves as a committee member on Stanford University's Advisory Panel on Investment Responsibility. In 2011, Stefanie was a Commercial Litigation intern at the Department of Justice.
A native Californian, Stefanie received her B.A. with honors from Stanford University in political science and has a masters in business management from the University of Cambridge. After receiving her business degree in England, she was a Rotary International Scholar in Shanghai, China. She has a wealth of professional experiences, having worked at Obama for America, NBC Universal, Bank of America, and the USA National Pavilion prior to law school. She was also highly involved in the Silicon Valley start up community and co-founded two companies during her undergraduate experience. Stefanie is passionate about social entrepreneurship and the performing arts and is an avid traveler, cook, and yogi.