Stephen A. Plass
Professor of Law
B.A., Fairleigh Dickinson University
J.D., Howard University School of Law
LL.M., Georgetown University Law Center
Professor Stephen Plass is a long term professor at the School of Law. He teaches Contracts, Labor Law, Employment Discrimination Law, and Collective Bargaining. His research interests are in the areas of labor and employment law, civil rights, and contracts, and he publishes regularly on these subjects. His publications can be found in the law journals of law schools such as Houston, Brigham Young, American, Hofstra, San Diego, Seton Hall, Brooklyn, Villanova, Wyoming, Loyola of Los Angeles, and Montana, among others. Prior to joining St. Thomas University School of Law, Professor Plass worked in Washington D.C. as corporate counsel and vice president of a company that provides infrastructure services to foreign countries. And before that, he served as a corporate labor lawyer for a public utility. Professor Plass has also served as a Lemon Law arbitrator for the State of Florida, and on the Board of Directors of Legal Services Corporation of Greater Miami. While at St. Thomas, Professor Plass founded the Law Wednesday program, which provides free legal services to the poor.