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Stephen F. Hanlon
Adjunct Professor of Law
B.S., Saint Louis University; J.D., University of Missouri, Columbia
Professor Hanlon has been practicing law for 45 years. He has...Continue Reading
Professor Hanlon has been practicing law for 45 years. He has a long history of handling public interest and civil rights cases. In 1989, he founded the Community Services Team (CST) at Holland & Knight and since that time has served as the Partner in Charge of the CST, which is the largest full-time private practice pro bono department in the nation. The CST provides legal representation to people and groups that could otherwise not afford it. In 1997,
After graduating from the University of Missouri School of Law in 1966, Professor Hanlon practiced law with his father in
Professor Hanlon has received numerous professional awards for his work. He also has served as Past Chairman for the Florida Bar, Public Interest Law Section; Past President of Florida Legal Services; and Past Chair of the Executive Council, American Bar Association, Individual Rights and Responsibilities Section. He currently serves as Chair for the Project Steering Committee, American Bar Association Death Penalty Moratorium and Chair for The Constitution Project.
Professor Hanlon has represented many individuals in housing, employment and HIV/AIDS discrimination cases, as well as two inmates on
· Class action on behalf of all
· Class of 5,000 dark-skinned tenant-applicants for apartment housing. Obtained injunctive
In the News
Lawmakers Urged to Evaluate Cost-Benefits of Prison, coverage in Ozarksfirst.com, November 30, 2013, featuring Adjunct Professor Stephen Hanlon.
Lawmakers Urged to Evaluate Cost-Benefits of Prison, coverage in Ozarksfirst.com, November 30, 2013, featuring Adjunct Professor Stephen Hanlon.Recent News