The New Jersey State Bar Association’s (NJSBA) General Council members have elected Stephanie F. Hagan for a two-year term on the organization’s Nominating Committee. Stephanie is one of the founding members of Donahue, Hagan, Klein & Weisberg, LLC where she practices family law. The NJSBA’s Nominating Committee interviews and evaluates candidates seeking leadership positions on the Board of Trustees, American Bar Association and other key posts. The General Council consists of a group of leaders from the state, county and specialty bar associations who make recommendations to the NJSBA’s Board of Trustees on matters affecting the membership and the legal community at large.

Stephanie has practiced family law exclusively for more than 30 years. A long-standing active member of several bar associations, she has had many leadership roles in the legal community. Stephanie is currently an officer and the immediate past-chair of the NJSBA Family Law Section Executive Committee having served as the Chair of the Section in 2017/2018. She has been a member of the committee for more than 20 years and received the prestigious Legislative Award from the New Jersey State Bar Association in December 2013 for her legislative efforts as a member of the committee.

In addition to the state bar association, Stephanie is also an officer in the Morris County Bar Association and is scheduled to be installed as President in January 2019. She is a current Trustee of the Morris County Bar Foundation and the immediate past President having served as president in 2017. Stephanie was previously the co-chair of the Family Law Committee for the Morris County Bar Association as well as the former Chair and vice-chair of the Fee Arbitration Committee for District X (Morris County).

Donahue, Hagan, Klein & Weisberg congratulate Stephanie on her election.


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