Stephen A. Stack, Jr. ’67
Steve Stack is Of-Counsel at the law firm of Dechert LLP, an 800-lawyer international law firm with 21 offices in the United States, Europe and Asia. Steve is a member of Dechert's trial team and former co-chair of Dechert's antitrust/competition group with 40 years of experience in antitrust activities from litigation to practice before U.S. federal, state and European enforcement agencies. Steve served on the Justice Department’s advisory committee of President George W. Bush’s Transition Team. Before joining Dechert, Steve was a staff attorney with the Federal Trade Commission's Bureau of Competition (1970-73). Steve served as Chair of the Jeanne Ruddy Dance’s $2 million capital campaign, Philadelphia's contemporary dance company. While an undergraduate at Yale Steve majored in American Studies; was named to the NCAA All-American Swimming Team in 1966 and 1967; and swam on a 400-yard freestyle relay team that broke the Yale record while winning a silver medal at the 1967 NCAA championships. Steve has four children and three grandchildren. Steve is part of a proud family tradition of attending Yale: two of his children (Allyson, ’91, and Meghan ’04) are Yale College graduates; Steve’s father, Stephen Sr., was Yale Class of ’44; an uncle, L. Prather Stack Jr. was Yale Class of ’43, Another uncle, Allen M. Stack was Yale Class of ’48 and an Olympic gold medalist in Swimming. Steve received his JD from University of Pennsylvania Law School, 1970. He lives in Bryn Mawr, PA.