Chief Counsel of the Senate Committee on Rules & Administration, Chairman/Ranking Member Senator Charles E. Schumer, Adjunct Professor of Law
B.A., University of Michigan; J.D., American University; Graduate Studies, World Union of Jewish Students Institute, Arad, Israel
Stacy J. Ettinger joined Senator Charles Schumer's legislative team in 2007. She currently serves as Democratic Chief Counsel of the United States Senate Committee on...Continue Reading
Stacy J. Ettinger joined Senator Charles Schumer's legislative team in 2007. She currently serves as Democratic Chief Counsel of the United States Senate Committee on Rules and Administration, where her responsibilities include oversight of operational services for the full Senate. Previously Professor Ettinger served as Senator Schumer's principal legal and policy advisor on international trade, investment, IP and regulatory issues, food and product standards, and consumer financial services.
Prior to joining the Senator's legislative team, Professor Ettinger served for 15 years as a senior legal advisor at the U.S. Department of Commerce. Professor Ettinger advised agency officials on the interpretation and application of U.S. and foreign trade rules, supervised dispute settlement proceedings before the World Trade Organization, and represented the United States in international trade negotiations. While at Commerce, Professor Ettinger was recognized for her work on the U.S.-Chile Free Trade Agreement and regulations implementing the Uruguay Round Agreements Act. She also received the 1995 General Counsel's award for outstanding legal contributions. Before joining the Commerce Department, Professor Ettinger clerked for Judge Arlin M. Adams in the first Extraordinary Challenge under Chapter 19 of the U.S.-Canada Free Trade Agreement.
Stacy J. Ettinger is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center and serves on the Board of the Trade Policy Forum. She is a graduate of the University of Michigan and the American University Washington College of Law.