Stephanie G. Ovadia’s law office recently opened at 1080 Grand Avenue Suite 200F South Hempstead, NY. In her office you can find some fun and eccentric items. These are not items found in an average law office and that’s because Stephanie G. Ovadia is not your average lawyer. In addition, to being an attorney specializing in entertainment and personal injury Stephanie also hosts a radio talk show and is a mother of eight. Check out some of the items in her office.
1. Pink Bulldog
This pink bulldog statue was a gift from Stephanie’s daughter. Stephanie’s daughter purchased the bulldog at a Donna Karan Ovarian Cancer Benefit.
2. Queens Courier Trophy
In 2014 Stephanie was honored by the Queens Courier as a one of their Top Women In Business.
3. Lady Justice
In the office there is a statue of Lady Justice. This is an item that is commonly found in an attorney’s office. However, this statue is more detailed than most. Lady Justice represents objectivity, fairness, and impartialness.
Stephanie has over a dozen pieces of artwork in her office. A few that stand out are a photographs of the twin towers in New York City, and a photograph of the man on the moon. Lastly, behind her desk there is a small ink drawing of her family.
5. Red Ray Ban Sunglasses
On Stephanie’s desk you can find a pair of Wayfarer Color Splash Ray Bans. These Ray Bans are priced at $140.00
6. Giant Pencil
In the office you can also find a giant pencil. Although this pencil does not get much use it adds character to the room. You can purchase a giant pencil like Stephanie’s online for only $ 4.99.
7. Affluent Magazine
The premier issue of Affluent Magazine sits on Stephanie’s desk. In the magazine you can find an article about her titled 2015 Super Mom Stephanie Ovadia Esq. the Original Mom of 8. The articles discusses how she balances her career and spending time with her family.
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Stephanie Ovadia is a practicing attorney, radio personality and mother of eight children. Stephanie's areas of practice include entertainment law and personal injury. She received her B.A. in political science from SUNY Binghamton and her J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law.