Mrs. Veronica Brown-Moseley
T.C. Williams School of Law
Veronica is a shareholder and represents consumers filing chapter 7 and 13 cases. She began her career as an intern while still in law school and today practices in the firm’s Richmond, Hampton and Virginia Beach offices. She also is the co-founder and a board member of Brighter Tomorrows Begin Today, a nonprofit organization that provides social resources for low-income individuals, including offering opportunities to connect with and learn from those already in the participant’s desired profession, and providing help with academic preparedness and obtaining financial resources.
Veronica’s advocacy for vulnerable populations inspired her practice of law. Early in her law school journey, as a young African-American mother of two small children with no ties to anyone in the legal profession, she quickly identified opportunities to improve the experience of diverse law students. While in law school, she resurrected and became the president of the Non-Traditional Law Student Association. She has since been selected by the National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges as one of five attorneys to participate in the 2019 Blackshear Presidential Fellowship, and she was chosen as one of 40 up-and-coming bankruptcy practitioners to participate in NCBJ’s 2019 Next Generation Program.
Veronica was named a “Rising Star” in Bankruptcy by Super Lawyers in 2019 and 2020 and was one of four International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation’s Rising Star Award Semi-Finalists in 2018. She is a frequent speaker on consumer bankruptcy-related topics for bar association programs and community projects, and she has published articles in the ABI Journal and for the National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees Academy and the Virginia State Bar’s Bankruptcy Section’s quarterly publication. In addition, she served as the president of the Hill Tucker Bar Association, a local historically African-American bar association, and she has been elected to serve as a board member of the Old Dominion Bar Association, Virginia’s state-wide historically African-African bar association. She also developed and implemented a training initiative at her law firm that increases employee morale, improves efficiency and provides opportunities for continuing education.