Stephanie Carvlin

Stephanie Carvlin runs her own Manhattan-based law firm, which focuses exclusively on providing representation in federal and state criminal cases. Ms. Carvlin received her Bachelor of Arts from Hampshire College. She received her Juris Doctorate with High Honors from the University of Connecticut School of Law. After completing an appellate clerkship with the Honorable T. Clarke Hull in Connecticut, Ms. Carvlin worked as a Staff Attorney in the Appeals Bureau of the Legal Aid Society of Nassau County. Ms. Carvlin rose to Deputy Bureau Chief before leaving to serve as a Staff Attorney in the Trial Bureau of the Bronx County division of the Legal Aid Society of New York.

In 1994, Ms. Carvlin started the firm. In the past decade, she has represented individuals charged with a variety of serious federal and state criminal offenses. She has been involved in some of the most celebrated cases of the day, representing people ranging from police officers accused of misconduct to purported Mafia dons to union officials charged with corruption. She has written on a variety of subjects in the criminallaw field.

Ms. Carvlin lives in lower Manhattan with her husband, Ellis Henican, a television and print journalist.