Professor Devin J. Stone is a civil trial lawyer and preeminent legal educator.

When he’s not in court or the classroom, Professor Stone runs the world’s most popular legal YouTube channel: LegalEagle ( LegalEagle’s mission is to breakdown the laws and legal issues that surround our everyday lives and bring legal literacy to the masses.

Professor Stone is also a renowned public speaker.

Professor Stone has wide ranging subject matter experience including: business litigation, complex contract disputes, intellectual property litigation (including wide ranging cases involving all manner of copyrights, trademarks, and patents), business torts (including unfair competition and consumer protection statutes),
consumer class action defense, banking regulation litigation (involving negotiable instruments, the UCC, and FIRREA), government contracts, privacy regulation claims, students’ rights claims, construction and real estate litigation, product liability, bankruptcy actions (adverse proceeding), and toxic torts, among others.

Professor Stone received his undergraduate degree, with honors, in Political Science, summa cum laude from the UCLA in 2005, graduating Phi Beta Kappa.
At UCLA, Professor Stone was a Captain on the UCLA Mock Trial Team, which during his last two years won back-to-back National Championships.

In 2008, Professor Stone earned his J.D. from the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law, where he served as a member of the UCLA Entertainment Law Review. Professor Stone is also a distinguished academic competitor. In law school, he was heavily involved with the UCLA Mock Trial Program and UCLA Moot Court Honors Program, where he was one of the most successful advocates in the history of the school. After graduation, Professor Stone proudly served as the head coach of the UCLA Law Mock Trial Program.

Professor Stone served as an extern for the Honorable Arthur L. Alarcon, a senior judge for the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals.

Professor Stone is admitted to practice in California, Maryland, New York, Virginia and the District of Columbia.