J.D., Syracuse University College of Law
B.A., LeMoyne College
About Gemma Corbin:
Gemma has been representing parents, grandparents, and children in Family Court and divorce cases since 2002. Her work as an Attorney for the Child in custody and matrimonial cases led her to seek further training in Alternative Dispute Resolution methods to help families reach more peaceful agreements that acknowledge the needs of the children involved. Gemma favors the Collaborative Law approach because it allows the parties to creatively address those needs while also attending to their own legal, financial, and mental health concerns. She strives to use a warm and educational approach with her collaborative clients to guide them through their divorce or separation.
Gemma’s clients come primarily from Onondaga and Madison counties, and she is a former President of the Madison County Bar Association. She serves as a volunteer mediator for her local community dispute resolution center and she has been recognized twice by the New York State Bar Association for her pro bono service. Gemma also teaches Family & Domestic Relations Law in a local community college paralegal program.