Veronica Brinson is an appellate lawyer in private practice. She was a judge in Bibb County lower court for three years.
Veronica Brinson served as an intern in Georgia Supreme Court as a law student during the summer of 1998. She was the intern to the Honorable Robert Benham. She also served two years as a federal law clerk in the Middle District of Georgia from 1999 to 2001 in the Albany Division where the Honorable Louis Sands presided.
Veronica Brinson has been in private practice for over eighteen years. During said time, she worked also as a prosecutor/solicitor with the local government.
In private practice, she has worked as a public defender taking on indigent clients and as a
criminal defense lawyer in her private practice. She has engaged in civil and appellate litigation too. She has worked a variety of civil cases including business, family law, contracts, petitions for habeas corpus, personal injury, constitutional, and other civil cases.
She is currently a solo practitioner. Her journey as a woman running her law office was featured in the ABA's Road to Independence, 101 Women's Journeys to starting their own law firms in 2011.
Veronica Brinson is a graduate of Walter F. George School of Law (1999) and Mercer University (1995).
She has certificates in mediation and arbitration too. Veronica Brinson also has a certificate in Legal Research &Writing. She has a host of other training certificates too. She continues to work on her education.
Veronica Brinson is a mother, grandmother, author, poet, wellness coach via hobby, and attorney. She leans on her faith for strength, and she reads regularly from the book 60 Gems of Wisdom for a positive thought.
She exercises for wellness mainly via walking and an occasional 5K runs/walks.
In her spare times, she enjoys a variety of hobbies.
She dedicates her campaign efforts to the memories of her mother and father who have now died. They were her source of encouragement for many years.
Veronica Brinson's humble journey to the Georgia Supreme Court has been molded by the battles and blessings in her life as a lawyer and overall life experiences. She believes in Justice for All, and she understands the importance of court's decisions and its impact.
This Election for Justice of Georgia Supreme Court is nonpartisan. Everyone votes regardless of political affiliation.
Veronica Brinson believes in better Courts and it starts with diversity of various kinds committed to equality and justice for all.
Veronica Brinson believes in the potential of the justice system, and she has a wealth of experience and ideas to help build better courts accessible to all of its people regardless of who they are.
Courts impact people and communities. It matters who wears the robe.
Veronica Brinson has been a member of many organizations. She will download a list of the many organizations that she has supported over the years via membership and leadership. She has also been featured in several publications and magazines including Georgia Trend 40 under 40 several years ago, Atlanta Women Magazine, Georgia Informer, Georgia Business Journal (Voted Best of Georgia 2021) and others.
Veronica Brinson has received the State Bar of Georgia's Commitment to Equality Award and many other awards.
Veronica Brinson has been a member of many leadership classes including the State Bar of Georgia's First Inaugural Leadership class. She was also in leadership classes of several other organizations including Georgia Association of Women Lawyers and Macon's Chamber of Commerce Leadership Class (2005).
She has volunteered with many organizations and given many hours of community service to food drives, legal clinics, law camps, moot court competitions including the YLD Intrastate Moot Court Competition, mock trial competitions, a debate team and more. She has served as a former coordinator of the Geogia Legal Food Frenzy for Middle Georgia and Bibb County. She has helped with the Georgia High School Mock Trial Competition held yearly in Gwinnett County. She has helped with mock trials and moot court competitions throughout Georgia. She recently volunteered at the Morehouse Debate Competition in Atlanta, Georgia.
She is a member (or has been a member) of many civic and professional organizations. She has held leadership positions with Georgia Association of Black Women Attorneys in Macon and Albany, Georgia. She is also a member of the Macon Bar Association and bar associations throughout Georgia.
She has also presented legal seminars for several organizations . She is also a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.
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