Dana Stefanoni concentrates her practice in the area of municipal and government law. Born, raised, and currently residing in Burlington County, this New Jersey native is honored to serve the community she knows and loves as a local government attorney.
Before joining Parker McCay, Dana served as judicial law clerk to the Honorable Ronald E. Bookbinder, A.J.S.C., Burlington Vicinage, where she handled various matters in relation to the Mount Laurel Doctrine and affordable housing, Open Public Records Act litigation, prerogative writs, and civil litigation. She also served as a court-appointed mediator in the Special Civil Part of the Burlington Vicinage.
Dana received her law degree, with honors, from Rutgers School of Law – Camden in 2018. During law school, Dana worked in the Child and Family Advocacy Clinic representing clients on behalf of the Office of the Law Guardian. She served as a staff editor on the Rutgers Journal of Law and Public Policy and as the vice president of the Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity. Upon graduation, Dana received the Pro Bono Award for Significant Service for her participation in both planning estates and domestic violence projects.
In her free time she enjoys attending concerts, watching the Philadelphia Flyers, and spending time down the shore with her family.
Burlington County Bar Association
New Jersey Institute of Local Government Attorneys
- Parker McCay Blog, June 25, 2020
- Honorable Judge Ronald E. Bookbinder, A.J.S.C. (Burlington County Superior Court)
- Rutgers Law School - Camden, J.D., May 2018, cum laude
- Rutgers University - New Brunswick, B.A. in History and Sociology, May 2014, cum laude
- New Jersey