Veronika Tadros is an associate in the firm’s Manhattan office. She earned her Bachelor of Arts and Master’s in criminal justice, with a certificate in Homeland Security from Monmouth University in 2015. Thereafter, she earned her Juris Doctorate from Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University in 2019.
While in law school, Ms. Tadros gained litigation experience as a student attorney with the Barbara C. Salken Criminal Justice Clinic, which was associated with The Legal Aid Society of Bronx County, advocating for clients during arraignments and further court appearances. Through the experience she gained during the clinic, Ms. Tadros was presented with the opportunity to conduct Continuing Legal Education to the attorneys at the Bronx Legal Aid Society. Ms. Tadros also participated in a medical malpractice trial advocacy competition with the American Association of Justice, where her team was placed 1st Seed in the Semi Finals.
After law school, Ms. Tadros worked at The Legal Aid Society defending clients that allegedly violated their parole mandates. Prior to joining the VBPNP team, she worked as an associate focusing on general liability and coverage matters involving personal injury and property damage from the inception to settlement, both with plaintiff and defense firms. She also has experience handling premise liability, automobile liability, and works’ compensation matters.
Ms. Tadros is admitted to practice in New York.