Attorney Profile – About Bruce Stern

About Bruce Stern, Esq.

Bruce Stern, Esq. Litigation Attorney, Suffern, Rockland County, NY¬†About Bruce Stern: Mr. Stern is Special Projects Counsel to Greystone & Co. ¬†He brings to Rockland County corporate expertise derived from his work with Greystone- a multi-billion dollar company.¬†In the 1970‚Äôs and 1980‚Äôs, Attorney Stern, then a performing multi-instrumental performer, owned businesses¬†in the music retail, rehearsal studios, vintage instrument repairs and sales, ¬†and concert sound design business. ¬†In the early 1980’s, the advent of personal computers, he designed one of the first ¬†and law office and network software packages. Bruce¬†graduated from Pace University School of Law in 1988. ¬†He graduated with Top 20, Ranking Scholar and Dean‚Äôs List honors. ¬†Bruce attended the University of Maine, Orono. ¬†His undergraduate degree is in accounting. Starting his law career with a prestigious Bergen County NJ firm, In 1989, he was recruited by the largest law firm in the Hudson Valley. ¬†At that firm, he played a major role in developing its commercial law department. In 1993, Mr. Stern founded Stern Law Offices. ¬†The firm utilizes a simple business model: ¬†absolute loyalty to the client‚Äôs best interests and effective, efficient resolution of the client‚Äôs legal problem

He relocated to Wesley Hills, Rockland County in 2013 where he and his wife reside with their dogs, cats, and chickens.

About Bruce Stern

about bruce sternIn May of 2015, Bruce Stern, Esq. was offered an extraordinary opportunity to manage an Earthquake Relief Mission in Nepal. With the help of a team of volunteers he assembled through Chabad of Nepal and the local business community, the project provided emergency shelters for over 1,200 Nepali, just as the Monsoon Season was approaching ( In 2016, Mr. Stern was the liaison for a private foundation, investigating, and coordinating the provision of major fbruce stern, esq. suffern, rockland county, nyunding for the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund. ¬†The Fund’s central ¬†mission is to ensure fair bail treatment under the law for the working poor.