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Angela Yeboah

Sanctuary for Families
Deputy Director, Bronx Legal Project, Bronx Family Justice Center
Bronx, NY, USA

Angela Yeboah works for Sanctuary for Families as the Deputy Director of the Bronx Legal Project housed at the Bronx Family Justice Center. Angela Yeboah earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Virginia and subsequently earned her law degree from Regent University School of Law.  She began her legal career as a public benefits attorney focusing in the area of social security disability with the law firm of Binder & Binder and then as a civil litigator with the Law Offices Laub & Delaney P.C.  Ms. Yeboah began her career with Sanctuary for Families in 2007 as a Staff Attorney. In her current role at Sanctuary for Families, Ms. Yeboah represents domestic violence victims in both family and supreme courts on orders of protection, custody and visitation, child support and matrimonial matters.  She also provides training and outreach on family law, cultural competency, and other legal topics critical to advocacy for survivors of domestic violence.   Ms. Yeboah is an appointed member of the New York State Office for the Prevention of Domestic Violence Advisory Council. She is a member of the  Lawyers Committee Against Domestic Violence as well as the Association of Ghanaian Lawyers of America.

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