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Hon. Tracey Bing

Bronx County Family Court

Bronx, NY, USA


Hon.  Tracey A. Bing, a proud CUNY School of Law graduate, received her Bachelors of Arts from the State University @ Stony Brook. She presides over custody, visitation, guardianship, paternity, order of protection, paternity and child support objection cases in Bronx County Family Court. 

A native New Yorker, Judge Bing began her legal career as an IOLA Legal Services Fellow at Harlem Legal Services (HLS). She created and incorporated her domestic violence project into the family law unit.  She later returned to Legal Services as the Director of the Family Law/Domestic Violence Unit at Manhattan Legal Services (formerly HLS).  She supervised and trained attorneys, paralegals, law school and high school interns in divorce, custody, visitation, support, order of protection, administrative expungement hearings at the State Office of Children and Family Services and parental representation in child abuse and neglect matters. For several years, she chaired the Upper Manhattan Domestic Violence Services Collaborative, an eleven agency multi-disciplinary community-based model for intimate partner violence and sexual assault services.  She facilitated community education workshops and outreach. She also provided administrative oversight and reporting for Federal, State, City and privately funded contracts.    

She enjoyed her many years at the Legal Aid Society. As an attorney for children at the Juvenile Rights Division Bronx Office, she represented children, teens and young adults in abuse, neglect, termination of parental rights, custody, adoption, person in need of supervision (PINS), order of protection and delinquency matters.  She was a staff attorney at the Society’s Community Law Offices, Volunteer Division, in East Harlem.  She represented HIV infected, affected or at risk clients in civil matters including housing, disability benefits, public benefits, wills and advanced medical directives, consumer law, confidentiality law, and family and matrimonial matters.

Judge Bing has been honored for her volunteer community activitiesShe received the NYC Bar Association’s Legal Services Award in June 2012.  In 2011 she received the Appreciation Award from the Midtown Community Court’s Dads United for Parenting Program for her many years of providing legal workshops to formerly incarcerated or court involved fathers re-establishing relationships with their children and families.  On World AIDS Day, December 1, 2002, Judge Bing received the NYS Department of Health Outstanding Service Award for her leadership as Co-Chair of the Steering Committee of the East Harlem HIV Care Network. 

Judge Bing is a member of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, The Judicial Friends Association, the New York City Bar Association (former member of the Diversity Pipeline Initiatives Committee) and the NY State Bar Association’s Children and the Law Committee and Judicial Section. She continues to mentor high school and college students interested in law school, and law students.  She is the proud mother of an amazing daughter.

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