Paula J. Warmuth
PAULA J. WARMUTH
was born on November 10, 1943. Mrs. Warmuth attended the State
University of New York at Stony Brook and received a BA degree magna cum
laude with a dual major in psychology and elementary education and a MA
degree in liberal studies. Mrs. Warmuth graduated from St. John’s
University School of Law with a degree of Juris Doctor cum laude where
she was ranked second in her night school graduating class. While at St.
John’s, Mrs. Warmuth received three awards including the American
Jurisprudence Awards for excellent achievement in the study of Property
II and Trusts and Estates as well as the New York State Trial Lawyer’s
Association Louis R. Harolds Memorial Award for excellence in the field
of Tort Law. Mrs. Warmuth was admitted to the New York State Bar
on March 25, 1981. Mrs. Warmuth has been employed by Stim &
Warmuth, P.C., formerly Joseph D. Stim, P.C., since 1975. In
August, 1981, shortly after she was admitted to the Bar, Mrs. Warmuth
became a partner of Stim & Warmuth, P.C. Mrs. Warmuth belongs
to the New York State Bar Association and the Suffolk County Bar
Association where she is a member of the Appellate Practice Committee.
She frequently volunteers to provide pro-bono legal services as part of
the Bar Association’s foreclosure settlement project. Mrs. Warmuth is
admitted to practice in all New York State Courts, the United States
Supreme Court, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals and the U.S. District
Courts for the Eastern, Southern and Northern Districts of New York.