Stephen Galebach’s career has spanned litigation, complex corporate transactions, intellectual property, government policy, civil and religious liberties, crime victim advocacy, and law school teaching.

Education


B.A., Economics, magna cum laude, Yale College, 1974
President, Yale Republican Club


J.D., magna cum laude, Harvard Law School, 1979
Note Editor, Harvard Law Review

Government Service


Law Clerk to Judge Malcolm R. Wilkey, US Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit


Legal Policy Advisor, Depart of Justice, 1982-1985 (Office of Policy Development, Deputy Assistant Director)


Senior Special Assistant to US Attorney General Ed Meese, 1985-1987

Law Practice


Associate, Covington & Burling, 1980-1981


In-house counsel to Internet/telecommunications companies BBN Corporation, GTE, and Genuity, 1997-2002.


Served as IPO Manager for the largest Internet IPO in US history at the time: Genuity, June 2000, $1.9Bn


Advocacy


Staff Attorney, Center for Law and Religious Freedom, 1981-1982


Legal advisor to VictimPower.org, technology-based nonprofit service for victims and witnesses of crime, 2004-2006

Private Practice


1988-1997 and 2002-present

  • Intellectual property and commercial litigation
  • Technology licensing; telecommunications
  • Products liability
  • Civil and religious liberties
  • Constitutional law
  • Crime victim advocacy