Natoya L McGhie
President, Brooklyn Women's Bar Association
Welcome to the Brooklyn Women's Bar Association! Thank you for your support.
I am honored to serve as President for the 2020-2021 membership year. I invite you to read about my theme for the year in my President's Message.
I encourage you to share your thoughts and suggestions on how we can continue to serve our membership during this time.
Madeline Kirton is an Associate Court Attorney – Trial Part to the Supervising Judge of the NYC Civil Court, Kings County. Madeline has worked as a Court Attorney in Criminal Court and as a Law Clerk in Kings County Surrogate’s Court. Prior to her employment in the court system, she was employed as a Family Law Staff Attorney at DC 37. Madeline is the President-Elect of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association and serves as a co-chair of the Mentorship Committee. Madeline also serves on the Black History Committee and is the Brooklyn representative for the WBASNY ERA/Civil Rights Committee and the Professional Ethics, Discipline and Practice Committees.
Catherine Gonzalez serves as the Corresponding Secretary of the Brooklyn Women's Bar Association. Catherine is a Senior Staff Attorney in the Immigration Practice at Brooklyn Defender Services — where she advises clients and attorneys about the immigration consequences of criminal and family court cases and represents non-citizens fighting to remain in the United States. Catherine received her Juris Doctorate degree from Pace University School of Law and a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University.
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