Vincent Law, PLLC is dedicated to providing information and services to clients, shepherding them through the process of their legal issues.
Vincent Law, PLLC was born from a vision - that one day, Courtney A. Vincent would become an attorney to provide access, advocacy, and justice for those in need of legal representation. This sprung from a nearly 20 year career in public education, where Courtney observed students, families, and community members unable to access the justice system, due largely to unawareness and misinformation of how the justice system works.
Courtney A. Vincent
When Attorney Courtney A. Vincent sought the perfect law school, she decided upon the University of Massachusetts, School of Law, Dartmouth. UMass School of Law's curriculum is centered on Public Interest - a very high interest point for Attorney Vincent. Further, UMass School of Law awarded Attorney Vincent a four-year Public Interest Scholarship, based, in large part, on her vast public service career and U.S. Army military service. As a result, the choice to attend law school outside of her home state was made and the journey began. During Law School, Attorney Vincent worked full-time at the Rhode Island Department of Education and the Providence Public School Department, continuing her career in public service and public education, all the while attending law school at night.
Having attended Law School later in her life's journey, Attorney Vincent has gained a unique perspective, and learning, of the law. Moreover, the life experiences that came with a "first-career" has given Attorney Vincent enhanced context and objectivity which is required to be a strong advocate and counselor for her clients. All this made Attorney Vincent eager to cultivate her own law practice, to win justice for her clients.
University of Massachusetts School of Law, Dartmouth
Juris Doctor, 2016
Master of Education, Secondary Administration, Summa Cum Laude, 1997
Southwestern Oklahoma State University
Bachelor of Arts, Secondary Education, Major Social Sciences 1990
Activities & Affiliations
UMass Law Review, Associate Editor
Special Assistant to the Chancellor, Delta Theta Phi International
Vice Dean, Delta Theta Phi, Larkin Senate
Research Assistant to Law Professor
Phi Alph Theta Historical Honor Society
State of Minnesota
Federal Southern District of Texas & Texas Southern Bankruptcy Court
Federal Eastern District of Texas & Texas Eastern Bankruptcy Court
Federal Northern District of Texas & Texas Northern Bankruptcy Court
Federal Western District of Texas & Texas Western Bankruptcy Court
United States Court of Federal Claims
“The improvement of understanding is for two ends: first, our own increase of knowledge; secondly, to enable us to deliver that knowledge to others. ”