Stephanie M. Weinstein

Stephanie Weinstein
(412) 338-5217
  • Labor and Employment Law
  • University of Pittsburgh, School of Law, J.D., 2005
  • University of Michigan, B.A. in Economics with distinction, 2001
  • Managing Editor, Journal of Law and Commerce
  • The Honorable Max Baer, Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, 2007-2010
  • Pennsylvania
  • U.S. District Court, Western District of Pennsylvania
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Third Circuit

Clients rely on Stephanie Weinstein’s responsiveness, creativity, dedication to their interests, and efficient and practical guidance.  Stephanie concentrates her practice on labor and employment matters.  She represents many companies, both large and small, in all aspects of traditional labor and employment law.

Stephanie routinely handles labor arbitrations, contract negotiations with labor unions, and various workplace disputes, including discrimination and harassment cases.  She also frequently counsels employers on labor relations and employment issues, emphasizing prevention and cost effectiveness, and regularly drafts various employment-related agreements and documents.

Prior to joining Marcus & Shapira in 2010, Stephanie clerked for the Honorable Max Baer, Justice of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.  Stephanie began her practice in 2005, representing management clients in the Pittsburgh office of a large national labor and employment law firm.

Stephanie graduated from the University of Pittsburgh School of Law in 2005 (J.D., Managing Editor of The Journal of Law and Commerce, Legal Writing Teaching Assistant, and Research Assistant) and the University of Michigan in 2001 (B.A. Economics, with distinction).  Prior to attending law school, she worked at a non-partisan economic policy think tank in Washington, DC, on labor and social policy issues, including employment discrimination and labor shortages, authoring reports for the United States Congress, Department of Labor, Department of Health and Human Services, and Department of Education.  

Stephanie is a frequent lecturer on labor and employment topics and has authored articles published by law reviews, Pennsylvania Bar Institute, and National Business Institute.