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Stephen Gardner

Director of Litigation, Center for Science in the Public Interest
The Meadows Building, 5646 Milton Street, Suite 211, Dallas, Texas 75206
(214) 827-2774 x 111 | Fax: (214) 827-2787 | E-mail: sgardner @ cspinet.org

Stephen Gardner Stephen Gardner is Director of Litigation for the Washington, DC based advocacy group, Center for Science in the Public Interest. He is also Of Counsel to the National Consumer Law Center. Previously, Steve was Assistant Dean of Clinical Education at Southern Methodist University School of Law (1994-1995); Visiting Assistant Professor of Law at Southern Methodist University School of Law (1992-1995); Assistant Attorney General, in the Consumer Protection Division of the State of Texas (1984-1991); Assistant Attorney General in the Bureau of Consumer Frauds of the State of New York (1982-1984); Students Attorney at the University of Texas (1981-1982); and a staff attorney at the legal aid office in Austin, now part of Texas RioGrande Legal Services (1976-1981). He is a frequent author and speaker on consumer advocacy issues.

Education:

  • B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1972
  • J.D., University of Texas, 1975

Law-Related Publications and Honors

  • THE PRACTICE OF CONSUMER LAW (National Consumer Law Center) (co-author)
  • UNFAIR AND DECEPTIVE ACTS AND PRACTICES (National Consumer Law Center, 5th ed.) (contributing author)
  • CONSUMER CLASS ACTIONS (National Consumer Law Center, 5th ed.) (contributing author)
  • H. NEWBERG & A. CONTE, NEWBERG ON CLASS ACTIONS (4th ed. 2002) (contributing editor)
  • Lost in the Supermarket:  Consumer Confusion and Marketing Mania, in Nutrition Labeling Handbook 373 (Shapiro ed., 1995)
  • See Dick and Jane Sue: A Primer on State Consumer Protection Laws, PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION AND MARKETING (American Law Institute, 1991; revised 1992)
  • How Green Were My Values: Regulation of Environmental Marketing Claims, UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO LAW REVIEW, Vol. 23, No. 1 (1991)
  • Center for Science in the Public Interest, “Nutrition Action Hall of Fame” 1991
  • Adweek Magazine’s “Top Ten Enemies of Advertising” 1991
  • National Association of Attorneys General “Marvin Award” 1988

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