Joe Stuever L’24
Joe is pursuing a JD/MSEd in Education Policy at Penn Law and the Graduate School of Education. He attended the University of Kansas and was highly involved in the School of Music, including serving as the Drum Major for the Marching Jayhawks. After graduating in 2013 with a degree in Music Education, he taught middle and high school band in the Blue Valley School District in Kansas City. He taught nearly a thousand young musicians over the course of his eight-year teaching career. He also became involved in DEI efforts in his district by starting the first middle school Gender Sexuality Alliance and serving on several district committees for professional development. Joe is interested in practicing education and civil rights enforcement law to support students and ensure equity in K-12 education.
At Penn Carey Law, Joe serves as an Associate Editor on the Law Review. He is the Executive Director of the Youth Education Program, which sends law students to Philadelphia schools to teach civics lessons and prepare students for a moot court tournament in the spring. He is also the Political Director for Penn Carey Law Lambda and the Professional Development Chair for the Student Public Interest Network (SPIN). Outside of law school, Joe remains an active musician, concertgoer, rock climber, cook, and kickball player in Stonewall Sports, Philadelphia’s LGBTQ+ sports league.