Stephanie Cueman

Stephanie Cueman


Stephanie Cueman received her J.D. from DePaul University College of Law where she graduated cum laude and was awarded Order of the Barristers. Additionally, Stephanie earned two CALI awards for the highest grade in her class.  

While in law school, Stephanie was a member of the Appellate Moot Court Society. She won Best Oralist in the 2015 Honorable William J. Bauer Intramural Moot Court Competition and Third Best Brief and was a semi-finalist in the 2016 UC Davis Asylum & Refugee Law National Moot Court Competition. Stephanie also competed internationally in the 2017 Oxford International Intellectual Property Moot, as one of two American teams selected to compete in the oral argument round in Oxford, England. Along with competing, Stephanie coordinated DePaul’s 2017 National Cultural Heritage Moot Court Competition, which comprised on twenty-eight national teams. Additionally, Stephanie was editor-in-chief of the DePaul Business and Commercial Law Journal. Her note on Chicago’s extension of its amusement tax was published in Spring of 2017. Stephanie was also awarded the Benjamin Hooks Distinguished Public Service Award.  

Stephanie began working at Daniel P. Costello & Associates as a law clerk, where she gained experience working on a wide variety of complex legal issues in premises liability, personal injury, and construction defect cases. Stephanie excelled at handling increasingly complex and challenging cases.  She is also an active member of the Women’s Bar Association of Illinois.  

Originally from New Jersey, Stephanie attended Drexel University prior to her time at DePaul. Outside of the office, Stephanie enjoys exploring all Chicago has to offer.


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