Jane M. Stack
"I am deeply aware that I represent individuals and families at their most vulnerable – a responsibility I take very seriously."
Jane Stack began her career as a corporate and appellate litigation associate at Kirkland & Ellis LLP. However, after volunteering for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Kampala, Uganda, where she solved international child custody disputes to resettle refugee families to safe countries; and then becoming a mother; she decided to focus her practice exclusively on family law.
She believes deeply in the sanctity of the family unit, the reality that marriages break down, and the pain inherent in this process, fiercely advocating for each of her clients as they journey and grow through it. Jane is grateful for every opportunity to channel her passion for people and scholarship into sharp and methodical legal arguments to achieve justice, and ultimately, peace, for each person and family who engages her counsel.
UCLA School of Law, J.D., 2014
Los Angeles, CA
Top 15%; Law Review
Harvard College, A.B., 2009
New York, 2015
New York State Bar Association, Family Law Section
Not Whether Machines Think, But Whether Men Do, 62 UCLA L. Rev. 760 (2015)