Gloria Flores Baldwin, Esq. has been practicing law in the Central New York region since 1994, having graduated from the Syracuse University College of Law in 1993 with a Juris Doctor and a certificate in International Studies.
Ms. Baldwin was born in the Bronx, New York. She attended college at the State University of New York, College at Oswego where she received dual degrees in Public Justice and Psychology in 1985.
After college, Ms. Baldwin was hired to be the Director of the Youth Court Crime Diversion Program, where she was able to educate the community, on a county wide basis, about various aspects of the legal process. She remained Director until she enrolled in the Syracuse University College of Law in 1990.
Ms. Baldwin has received many honors for her contributions to the community and its youth, including twice being chosen as an Outstanding Young Woman of America, as well as being awarded a Certificate of Appreciation by the New York State Bar Association for being a Keynote Speaker on the topic of Juvenile Law Education Programs and a Certificate for being recognized as Woman of Distinction.
Additionally, during her Directorship of the Youth Court Program, the Division of Criminal Justice Services and the New York State Governor's office awarded her particular diversion program a Certificate of Merit for being one of the top five crime prevention programs in New York State.
Ms. Baldwin has and continues to contribute resources to organizations which benefit the community, including having been a New Justice Mediation Services Executive Board Member, an instructor of the Juvenile Law Education program in area elementary schools.
Additionally, Ms. Baldwin represents children in Family and Supreme Court proceedings when such a request is made by the Court.
Gloria Flores Baldwin, Esq. actively practices in various counties in Central New York.