Courtney E. Boniface is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association, the Women’s Bar Association, the Rockland County Bar Association and the Rockland Business Women’s Network.
She has served on the boards of the Foundation for Nyack Public School Education, Help from People to People, an organization dedicated to helping neighbors in need, the Rockland Business Women’s Network, and the Valley Cottage Elementary School PTA.
She is a professional advisor to the Rockland Development Council, a cooperative effort of nonprofit organizations, estate planning professionals, and businesses dedicated to raising community awareness of charitable giving. She is currently a member of the President’s Advisory council for St. Thomas Aquinas College in Sparkill, New York.
She is a graduate of the 2004 class of Leadership Rockland and was honored in 2004 by the Rockland Business Association and Rockland Economic Development Council with the prestigious Forty-Under-Forty Award for leadership.
Courtney E. Boniface graduated from Fairfield University, where she majored in both Political Science and International Studies and minored in Peace and Justice. She graduated cum laude from Pace University School of Law, with certificates in both Environmental Law and International Law.
As a law student, she participated in the Health Law Clinic, focusing on estate planning issues, and in the Land Use Law Center, where she worked on a two year study of land use law in the tri-state area. Her work with the Land Use Law Center was published by the Wildlife Conservation Society as part of their Working Paper Series. She spent a semester in England studying International Law at the University College of London.
Courtney, a life-long resident of Rockland County, is married and has three children.
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