Jeffrey C. Stravino president of Harvard-Radcliffe Club of WNY


Jeffrey C. Stravino, a senior associate in Hodgson Russ LLP's Business Litigation Practice, was recently elected president of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Western New York.

Mr. Stravino practices in the area of commercial and business litigation, including intellectual property litigation and environmental litigation. He has experience in various aspects of federal and state court litigation at both the trial and appellate levels. Mr. Stravino has represented both large and small companies in shareholder, software, accounting, and complex contract disputes.

The mission of the Harvard-Radcliffe Club of Western New York is to promote fellowship, scholarship, and service to Harvard University, and to provide networking and educational opportunities for Harvard graduates in the Western New York area.

With more than 220 attorneys practicing in all major areas of law, Hodgson Russ is among the 200 largest law firms headquartered in the United States. It is one of approximately 100 firms in the country listed in America's Greatest Places to Work With a Law Degree. In June 2005, Hodgson Russ received the Carol S. Knox Family-Friendly Employer Award from the Capital District Women's Bar Association. The Firm, which was established in 1817 and is among the oldest law firms in the United States, is the only law firm that can count two former U.S. presidents, Millard Fillmore and Grover Cleveland, among its alumni. Hodgson Russ has offices in Albany, Buffalo, Johnstown, and New York, New York; Boca Raton, Florida; and Toronto, Ontario, Canada.


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