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Stephen McAndrew is the chapter director for the State University of New York University at Buffalo (UB). Born in Dublin, Ireland, he graduated from Trinity College Dublin with an honors degree in French and Philosophy. After graduating summa cum laude from law school at UB, he worked as an associate in a large firm concentrating his practice on mergers and acquisitions and securities law matters for a large law firm for four and a half years. He currently practices law as a solo practitioner. His first book “Why It Doesn’t Matter What You Believe If It’s Not True” – an examination of the contradiction between moral relativism and international human rights law was published February 2012. He has been accepted into the Ph.D program at UB starting in Fall 2013. He lives in Buffalo, New York with his wife and three children. He blogs at Songs of a Semi-Free Man.
University at Buffalo, Department of Philosophy – accepted into Ph.D program (starting Fall 2013).
University of Buffalo Law School – J.D. (2004) (summa cum laude).
Trinity College, Dublin – B.A. (1999) (honors degree in French and Philosophy).