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Victoria Esposito

Legal Aid Society of Northeastern NY
Advocacy Coordinator
Albany, NY
Victoria M. Esposito, Esq., became the first Advocacy Coordinator for the Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York in January 2016. In that position, she helps her colleagues identify and tackle the many systemic issues that face LASNNY's clients. Before moving to her current position in Albany, Victoria served as a staff attorney and then a senior attorney in the organization's Canton office, where she practiced the full range of poverty law and filed numerous federal disability appeals.

From 2007-2011, Victoria was an Assistant District Attorney for St. Lawrence County, handling the office's appeals in addition to prosecuting all types of crimes and violations. She also taught aspiring law enforcement officers, and helped train Sexual Assault Nurse Examiners (S.A.N.E.s). Before that, Victoria taught at SUNY-Canton, where her courses ranged from English to Constitutional Law. Her online students came from all over the United States, from Bosnia, and from China. She wrote SUNY-Canton's Legal Studies program, a four year paralegal program which remains unique within the SUNY system and was recently named the third best program of its kind nationally.

Victoria received her law degree from the University of Notre Dame in 1997; she also holds a B.A. from the University of Notre Dame in English, Russian, and Soviet Studies.