Veronica M. Gorman, Esq.

Veronica M. Gorman, Esq.

Syracuse University College of Law, 2007

Admitted to practice in New York and N.D.N.Y

Gorman Law, PLLC is a Binghamton based law firm focusing on criminal defense and family law. Veronica M. Gorman, Esq. is a solo practitioner who will dedicate all of her attention to your case.

After graduating from Syracuse University College of Law, Ronnie began defending emergency service agencies in litigation and providing legal counsel on all aspects ranging from contracts, by-laws, licensing and registration requirements. As a volunteer firefighter in the City of Cortland and Town of Cortlandville for 10 years, she brought real world experience to her cases. Ronnie's experience in criminal law began in April of 2008 when she accepted a position in the Cortland County District Attorney's office. While there, she quickly became second assistant district attorney specializing in the prosecution of all sexual offense crimes in Cortland County. Additionally, she served as a liaison to the Cortland County Multidisciplinary Team where she advised team members regarding offenses involving children. In this capacity she worked closely with both law enforcement agencies and Child Protective Services.

In August of 2011, she accepted a position as an Assistant District Attorney, where she continued to specialize in the prosecution of sexual offenses and crimes against vulnerable populations. In March of 2013, she was promoted to Senior Assistant District Attorney, where she served under the Honorable Gerald F. Mollen until December of 2015. During her time in the Broome County District Attorney's office, she served as the District Attorney's liaison to the Broome County Child Advocacy Center's multidisciplinary team. She also tried several cases, including A-2 felony level crimes, to verdict. Her vast experience in the criminal justice system made her a presence in the courtroom and her eight plus years of experience make her uniquely qualified to handle your criminal or family court matter.