Paula J. Warmuth
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PAULA J. 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 sits on the Judicial Screening and Grievance committees and served co-chair of the Appellate Practice Committee (2013-2015). 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, Northern and Western Districts of New York.

Continuing Legal Education Seminars:
  • Coordinator/Speaker “Bankruptcy Issues for Creditors’ Attorneys” 2016
  • Coordinator/Speaker “Appellate Ethics” 2014
  • Speaker “Electronic Disclosure in Madoff Adversary Proceedings” 2012

Publications:
  • “Finality in Bankruptcy Appeals (The Suffolk Lawyer, June 2016)
  • “Practical Uses of Second Department Website” (The Suffolk Lawyer, February 2015)
  • Special Section Editor for Appellate Practice (The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2014)
  • “There Can be Humor in The Appellate Court” (The Suffolk Lawyer, October 2014)