Stephana J. Henry

Henry Stephana

Stephana Henry focuses on regulatory matters and consumer protection issues as they relate to alcohol law, social media and online marketing, and consumer class actions. During law school, Stephana served as a legal extern at the Administrative Tribunal with the World Bank Group, where she assisted judges with conducting research and drafting opinions. She was also a legal intern with the International Association of Women Judges, completing research on global trafficking and gender-based violence issues, particularly in Latin America and the Caribbean.

Stephana also served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Judge Catharine Easterly of the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, where she drafted an opinion in response to an order to show cause against reciprocal discipline, and drafted memorandum opinions of judgments on criminal and landlord-tenant matters. Stephana is a trained mediator with a focus on facilitative approaches.




  • J.D. Howard University School of Law 2018
    • Henry Ramsey Dean's Fellow
    • Senior Editor, Howard Human & Civil Rights Law Review
  • B.A. Philosophy Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University 2014

Bar Admissions

  • Admitted in Florida Only; Practicing Under the Supervision of Venable Partners.

Professional Memberships and Activities

  • Member, American Society of International Lawyers
  • Member, Greater Washington Area Chapter, Women's Lawyer Division of the National Bar Association
  • Member, Young Professionals in Foreign Policy


  • French
  • Haitian Creole


Personal Activities

  • Member, board of directors, Network for Victim Recovery of DC