Judith Volkmann has been admitted to the practice of law in New York state since 1985. A solo practitioner, Ms. Volkmann focuses on estate planning. For six years Ms. Volkmann taught business law as an adjunct professor for the Graduate School of Management, Rutgers University-Newark. In addition to her work and teaching, Ms. Volkmann designs and participates, pro-bono, in workshops teaching financial responsibility to underprivileged teens, college students, recovering drug addicts, and others and was a creator of the BMCC MoneyWorks program.
Prior to going out on her own, Ms. Volkmann was a supervising attorney for the Legal Aid Society of New York, Criminal Defense Division. Before becoming an attorney, she worked for 11 years in the business community as a fashion buyer and merchandise control manager for all the Montgomery Ward stores across the nation.
Ms.Volkmann is a member of The Financial Planning Association, New York Chapter;
The New York State Bar Association, Trust and Estates Section and Elder Law Section; the New York City Bar Association, the Church of St. Luke in-the-Fields’ Strategic Planning Committee; and the Episcopal Diocese of New York Standing Committee.