Stewart Weisman

  • Chair, Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences
  • Associate Professor, Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies
  • Pre-Law Advisor
Courses: 
  • Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • Criminal Law & Procedure
  • Criminal Justice Process
  • Criminology
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Business Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • Sports Law
  • Ethics of Business Organizations
Stewart Weisman, Cazenovia College Professor, Criminal Justice and Homeland Security Studies
Division(s): 
Social & Behavioral Sciences
Contact: 
Contact Information Available
Office Location: 
Eddy Hall 305
Telephone: 
315.655.7795
Email: 
sweisman@cazenovia.edu
Additional: 
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Stewart L. Weisman is Chair of the Division of Social & Behavioral Sciences, and Associate Professor of Criminal Justice & Homeland Security Studies at Cazenovia College. Stu is a practicing attorney and lectures frequently at continuing legal education seminars. Stu previously taught in the paralegal program offered through Le Moyne College, where he received the Instructor of the Year award. He is also a Certified Instructor in the Municipal Police Training Council.
Education: 
  • J.D., Syracuse University
  • B.A., Brooklyn College
Awards/Honors: 
  • Finalist and second place winner in the New York Law Journal 2007 Fiction Writing Contest at: www.nylawyer.com
  • Received a thank you letter from U.S. Magistrate Judge Lowe for acting as a mediator in a large federal case
  • Appointed as a member of the NYS Surrogate Decision-Making Committee
  • Served as judge at Syracuse University College of Law Moot Court competition
Publications: 
  • "How To Handle Post-Trial Issues" (2008)
  • "Ethical Considerations When Filing Involuntary Bankruptcy Petitions" (2006)
  • "Ethical Concerns Regarding Multiple Representation And Withdrawing As Counsel" (2005)
  • “Ethical Issues Encountered When Dealing With Small Business Clients” (2005)
  • “Employment Law Issues For Small Businesses” (2005)
  • “Hot Button Issues In Ethics: Inadvertent Disclosure—Mining Of Electronic Documents/Representing Multiple Clients Against A Common Employer” (2004)
  • “Planning Ahead to Avoid Legal Malpractice” (2004)
  • “Need & Greed: The Story of the Largest Ponzi Scheme in American History” (1999)
Experience: 
  • Admitted to practice in the following jurisdictions:
  • New York State
  • Supreme Court Of The United States
  • U.S. Second Circuit Court of Appeals
  • U.S. District Court-Northern and Western Districts of New York.
Memberships: 
  • Federal Bar
  • Bankruptcy Bar Association
  • Onondaga County Bar Association
  • Federal Arbitration, Mediation & Neutral Evaluation panel member