Albany Law School is pleased to welcome Bruce S. Stuart, Class of 1995, as new member of its Board of Trustees. Stuart was appointed to a five-year term by the Board of Trustees in May.
Stuart is a senior vice president, financial advisor, and an executive financial services director at a San Francisco office of Morgan Stanley Wealth Management. He is also an author of six books. He has served as a member of Morgan Stanley’s National Diversity and Inclusion Council and the Pacific Coast Pride & Ally Council.
In November of 2021, Stuart and his husband, Dr. William Ho created the Bruce S. Stuart ’95 and William Y. Ho Endowed Scholarship.
“We hope this is going to be able to provide support to individuals at an important time in their lives,” Stuart said about the scholarship.
During his time at Albany Law, Stuart was an associate editor with the Albany Law Review, co-founder of the Albany Law Literary Review, and while a law student was published in the Hastings Communications and Entertainment Law Journal and the Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics. Stuart also previously served on the Albany Law School Dean’s Leadership Council.
“Bruce is a true believer in the power of education. His passion and experience will be incredibly valuable to Albany Law School. We’re excited to have him join the board,” said Alicia Ouellette, President and Dean of Albany Law School.
Stuart received his undergraduate degree from Cornell University. Stuart also has strong family ties to Albany Law School. Both Stuart’s father, Vernon Stuart ’51, and grandfather, Max Zuckerman ’26 are also Albany Law School alumni.