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Christopher J. Stevens


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Christopher J. Stevens


Christopher J. Stevens is an Associate in the Albany, New York, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers in all phases of litigation. Mr. Stevens also provides advice and counseling to help clients navigate the increasingly complex legal aspects of the employer-employee relationship. 

Mr. Stevens is a passionate advocate who genuinely enjoys working with clients to understand their legal challenges and develop practical solutions. He understands that there is no “one size fits all” solution to any legal challenge and makes a concerted effort to understand each client’s industry, business, risk tolerance, and other relevant factors before developing tailored solutions that account for each client’s unique situation. 

Mr. Stevens has experience representing employers in both class actions and single-plaintiff litigation before numerous state and federal courts. He also regularly represents employers of all sizes in administrative proceedings before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the New York State Division of Human Rights and the National Labor Relations Board.

While attending law school, Mr. Stevens was a member of the editorial board of the Albany Law Review and the Moot Court Executive Board. Mr. Stevens was also the champion of the Karen K. McGovern Senior Prize Trials, a competition that tests the oral advocacy skills of third-year law students.

In his free time, Mr. Stevens enjoys golfing and traveling, especially to Cape Cod. He is also working diligently to master the art of playing hide-and-seek with a toddler. He resides in Niskayuna, New York with his wife and daughter.

Honors and Recognitions

  • New York - Upstate Super Lawyers, "Rising Stars" (2015-present) 

Professional Associations and Activities

  • Albany County Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Northern District of New York Federal Court Bar Association

Published Works

  • “An Empirical Study of Dissent at the Third Department,” Albany Law Review (Spring 2011) [Author]
  • “Beating Around the Bush:  Reforming the Political Question Doctrine and Creating a Necessity-Based Exception,” Center for Judicial Progress (February 2011) [Author]


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