Stephanie Moore Hartman is an associate attorney at Galante & Bivalacqua, LLC focusing primarily on toxic torts, personal injury, medical malpractice, and redhibition. Stephanie has extensive experience in asbestos litigation, particularly in pretrial motion practice, depositions, mediation, and settlement.
Stephanie earned her BA from Tulane University in 2011 in Latin American Studies and Political Science with an Emphasis in International Relations. She earned her JD from Tulane University School of Law in 2018. Stephanie was the recipient of both the Maridel Saunders Scholarship and Royal J. Prinz Scholarship during her time at Tulane.
While at Tulane Law, Stephanie received CALI awards in Trial Advocacy and Toxic Torts. Stephanie received awards in both Alternative Dispute Resolution and Appellate at the 1L Moot Court Open Invitational. She served as teaching assistant for the Trial Advocacy program and practiced as a student attorney in the Civil Rights & Federal Practice Clinic. Stephanie founded First Generation Professionals and served as President, and re-founded the Criminal Law Society, where she served as Treasurer. Additionally, she served on the Executive Board of the Student Bar Association as Social Chair. Stephanie was employed as a Research Assistant for Professor Amy Gajda aiding her in researching privacy and media law, and was employed as a Student Fellow with the Rural Summer Legal Corps where she ran community legal clinics in Terrebonne, Lafourche, and Assumption Parishes.