Stephanie N. Russo



Stephanie Russo is a product liability litigator. She has experience representing clients in multidistrict product liability litigation and general business litigation. Stephanie also advises clients on state and federal consumer products regulations established by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Litigation and Arbitration 

Stephanie has developed proficiency in electronic discovery through developing, analyzing and managing document preparation for arbitrations. She has represented clients in various settings, including state courts, FINRA arbitrations and complex federal litigation.

Stephanie also has experience representing broker-dealers in arbitrations before FINRA.

Government Experience

While attending law school, Stephanie worked for the State of Indiana in the Office of Management & Budget for nearly 3½ years. She was the public information officer for the Office of Management & Budget and State Budget Agency, in addition to serving as an executive assistant to the directors in both divisions.

Stephanie also has experience working in the Indiana Governor's Office as executive assistant to the Chief of Staff and in the Indiana State Senate as a legislative assistant to the Majority Caucus Chairman.

Related Industries


Bar Admissions



Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
J.D. (2010)

University of Indianapolis
B.A. in Political Science and Spanish (2005)

Leadership & Community

Professional Associations

  • Indiana State Bar Association
  • American Bar Association


  • Faegre Drinker — Pro Bono Honor Roll, 2021 
  • Indiana Super Lawyers – Rising Stars, Product Liability, 2017-19
  • Edward P. Archer Labor Law Award, 2009
  • Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity, 2006-10
  • Indiana State Senate — Verizon Legislative Intern of the Year Scholarship Recipient, 2005
  • University of Indianapolis — Women's Soccer Scholarship Recipient, 2001-05, and Great Lakes Valley Conference All-Academic Team, 2001-05
Awards Methodology
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