Stephen is a civil litigation attorney, specializing in business disputes and professional liability matters. He grew up locally and attended the University of California at Irvine, where he studied international relations. He later attended Chapman School of Law, where he studied legal theory under a Nobel Laureate in economics. Stephen thereafter began editing the academic works of several economists and continues to be an avid reader of both economics and history.
Prior to his gaining admission to the California Bar, Stephen began work with Baker, Burton & Lundy as a law clerk to Albro Lundy, and later became of counsel to the firm. He left the firm in 2018 and became a Professional Liability defense attorney at the law firm Kjar, McKenna & Stockalper. In May of 2020, Stephen returned to Baker Burton & Lundy as a Senior Litigation Associate.