Advisory Panel Member Profile
White & Case LLP
Areas of Expertise
Building High-Performing Virtual Teams, Managing Virtual Projects, Virtual Intranets, Change Management and Collaboration
Stanley is the Tax Director at White and Case LLP. White and Case is a top ten global law firm with operations in 34 countries. Previously, Stanley was the Tax Director for PwC's Network Tax Function with responsibility for overseeing international tax planning, financial reporting and compliance for member firms in 157 countries. In the past, Stanley was Co-Chair of the Law Firm Services group of PwC and has forty years of business, tax and accounting experience. Stanley is an author of the fourth, fifth and sixth edition of Law Firm Accounting and Financial Management.
Since 2015, Stanley has been an adjunct professor of law at Rutgers Law School. Stanley teaches Business of Law and helps students understand the economics associated with being a lawyer.
Stanley started his career in industry, working as an inventory accountant for Warner Communications and an assistant controller for Nabisco Brands. In 1984, Stanley joined the public accounting profession. For a short time, in 1990 Stanley practiced with GE Capital but quickly returned to public accounting. Joining Price Waterhouse in 1992, Stanley has been involved with many of PwC's largest clients.
Stanley is a member of the Pennsylvania and New Jersey Bar. He is a Certified Public Accountant in New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania, as well as a Certified Management Accountant. Stanley is a member of the American and New Jersey Institutes of Certified Public Accountants and the American and Philadelphia Bar Associations.
Stanley received his Bachelor’s degree in accounting from Rutgers in 1984 and his Juris Doctorate from Rutgers in 1990. Stanley went on to receive his Masters in Law in Taxation from New York University in 1994. Most recently, Stanley attended Harvard Business School's Leading Professional Service Firms program.