Kerriann Stout is a founding partner of Darian Stout, LLP. She specializes in immigration law and is licensed to practice in New York and New Jersey. Kerriann graduated cum laude from Pace Law School in 2013. While a student at Pace, she received the Josephine and Anthony DiFiore Memorial Scholarship, was a member of the St. John’s Peter James Johnson National Civil Rights Competition and the Young Texas Lawyers Association National Trial Competition teams, served as the president of the Italian American Law Students Organization and the secretary of the Student Bar Association and worked as a Dean's Scholar.
Kerriann was also awarded the Extraordinary Pro Bono Justice Award for completing over 250 hours of pro bono service as a law student. After graduation Kerriann spent one year as a fellow at the Pace Community Law Practice prior to founding her law firm with fellow Pace grad Pouyan Darian in August 2014.
From 2014-2016 Kerriann was a founding partner at the immigration defense law firm Darian Stout, LLP. From 2015-2016 Kerriann was the Acting Assistant Director of Academic Success at Pace Law School. From 2016-2018 Kerriann was the Associate Director of Academic Support at Vermont Law School. Additionally, since 2014 Kerriann has been running a bar exam coaching company where she helps students pass the bar exam with less stress and more confidence. Kerriann has been teaching in the Online Learning Program since 2017.