Jessica Hugabone Vinson
Phone – 518-832-6444
Fax – 518-824-1044
Ms. Vinson’s practice areas are Matrimonial & Family Law, Personal Injury, General Litigation, and Real Property Law.
Ms. Vinson was born in Pittsfield, Massachusetts in 1983. She was admitted to the Massachusetts State Bar in 2008, and the New York State Bar in 2009. Her preparatory education was at Western New England College where she received her B.A. in 2005.
Ms. Vinson’s legal education was at Albany Law School where she received her J.D. cum laude in 2008. While at Albany Law School, she was a member of the Journal of Science and Technology.
Ms. Vinson joined the firm in 2009 as an associate attorney and became partner in 2013.
Ms. Vinson is a member of the Warren County Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, Woman’s Bar Association of the State of New York, the Adirondack Women’s Bar Association, and the New York State Domestic Violence Initiative. She is a member of the Warren County Attorney for the Child Panel representing children in custody and other related proceedings and serves as a private attorney providing pro bono services for the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York. Ms. Vinson serves on the Board of Trustees of the Chapman Historical Museum, and currently serves as the Board’s Vice-President, and is also Vice-President of the Soroptimist International of the Adirondacks.
Ms. Vinson is the founder of the Adirondack Women’s Bar Association Legal Clinic to Aid Survivors of Domestic Violence which received the 2011 New York State Bar Leaders Innovation Award and the New York State Bar Association’s 2016 Angelo T. Cometa Award. Ms. Vinson also received the New York State Bar Association’s 2012 President’s Pro Bono Service Award for the Fourth Judicial District, the 2014 Ruby Award presented by the Soroptimist International of the Adirondacks, the 2014 20 Under 40 Award presented by the Post Star, and the 2016 Crime Victims Rights Award presented by the Catholic Charities Domestic Violence Project of Warren and Washington Counties.