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Veronica D. Brown-Moseley

Veronica D. Brown-Moseley is a Shareholder at Boleman Law Firm who began her career as an intern while still in law school. In 2014, Veronica was admitted to the Virginia State Bar and began practicing bankruptcy law as an attorney with the firm. She practices in the firm’s Richmond, Hampton, and Virginia Beach offices. She is the co-founder and a Board member of Brighter Tomorrows Begin Today, a non-profit organization that focuses on helping people achieve their academic and professional goals. Additionally, she is a frequent speaker on consumer bankruptcy law-related issues.
Veronica lives in Chesterfield with her husband and two children. She enjoys kayaking, traveling, and spending time with her family and friends.



  • Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA
  • Juris Doctor, T.C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond, Richmond VA

Professions and Associations

  • Virginia State Bar
    • Bankruptcy Section Publication Editor, 2020-Present
    • Board of Bar Examiners, Bar Exam Grader, 2016- Present
    • Conference of Local and Specialty Bar Associations, Executive Committee Member, 2020-2022
  • American Bankruptcy Institute
    • Mid-Level Professional Development Planning Committee Member, 2021
  • Old Dominion Bar Association
    • Member-at-Large, 2020-2022
  • Richmond Bar Association, Bankruptcy Section
    • Bench-Bar Conference, Co-Chair, 2020 & 2021
    • Administration of Justice, Committee Member, 2020-Present
  • Hill Tucker Bar Association
    • President, 2018-2020
    • Vice President, 2017-2018
    • Secretary, 2016-2017
  • International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation
    • Co-Chair of the Virginia Chapter 2017 – 2019
    • Programming Co-Chair of the Virginia Chapter 2016 – 2017
  • South Hampton Roads Bar Association

Speaking Engagements

  • “Ethics: Duty to Perform,” Annual Midwestern Bankruptcy Seminar, American Bankruptcy Institute (2021)
  • “Recent Developments in Bankruptcy Law,” 36th Annual Mid-Atlantic Institute on Bankruptcy and Reorganization Practice Seminar, Charlottesville, VA (2021)
  • “70 Days to Do What? Proof of Claim Issues Before and After Rule Changes,” National Association of Chapter 13 Trustees (NACTT) Annual Seminar, Washington, D.C., (2021)
  • “Remote Practice and Virtual Client Consultations,” Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association’s 29th Annual Hal J. Bonney Jr., Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Practice (2021)
  • “NCBJ: Now that You’re Employed, Here’s How to Avoid Stubbing Your Ethical Toe,” American Bankruptcy Institute’s Insolvency 2020 Summit (2020)
  • “Hot Issues Involving Chapter 7 Trustees,” 35th Annual Mid-Atlantic Institute on Bankruptcy and Reorganization Seminar (2020)
  • “Don’t Lose It! Protecting Our Legacies of Land & Other Possessions,” First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Virginia (2020)
  • “The Do’s and Don’ts of Consumer Protections and Creditor Collections,” Old Dominion Bar Association’s 79th Annual Conference, Virginia Beach, Virginia (2019)
  • “Litigation in Individual Bankruptcy Cases,” Tidewater Bankruptcy Bar Association’s 27th Annual Hal J. Bonney, Jr., Seminar on Bankruptcy Law and Practice, Norfolk, Virginia (2019)
  • “Black Heritage, Protecting Our Legacies of Land and Other Possessions,” First Baptist Church, Suffolk, Virginia (2019)
  • “Intersections with Bankruptcy”
    • Norfolk Portsmouth Bar Association, Norfolk, Virginia (2018)
    • Hampton Bar Association, Hampton, Virginia (2018)
    • Old Dominion Bar Association, Springfield, Virginia (2017)
    • Hill Tucker Bar Association, Richmond, Virginia (2017)


  • “Remote Court Hearings: Present Practice and Future Prospects,” American Bankruptcy Institute, E-Book, July 2021
  • “Discharging Student Loan Debt: Evolving Applications of the Brunner Test,” Virginia State Bar, Bankruptcy Section, March 2020
  • “Disregarding Bankruptcy Protections Can Be Costly: How Courts Decide Punitive Damages,” The NACTT Academy, December 2019
  • “Applicable Commitment Period: Is it Applicable Post-Confirmation,” American Bankruptcy Institute Journal, June 2019
  • “When Life Backs Chapter 13 Debtors Into A Corner, § 1329 May Provide A Way Out of Trouble And A Shorter Path to Discharge,” The NACTT Academy, February 2019

Awards & Honors

  • Named among “Rising Stars” for Bankruptcy by Virginia Super Lawyers (2019, 2020, 2021)
  • Names among “Ones to Watch in America” for Bankruptcy by Best Lawyers in America (2020, 2021)
  • Named among “Legal Elite” for Bankruptcy by the Virginia Business Magazine (2020, 2021)
  • Named among “40 Under 40” Emerging Leaders in Insolvency Practice by the American Bankruptcy Institute (2020)
  • Named among “Top Lawyers” by Coastal Virginia Magazine (2020)
  • Blackshear Presidential Fellow, National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (2019)
  • Next Generation Program Participant, National Conference of Bankruptcy Judges (2019)
  • Young Lawyer of the Year, South Hampton Roads Bar Association (2019)
  • Class of Up and Coming Lawyers, Virginia Lawyer’s Weekly (2018)
  • Rising Star Semi-Finalist, International Women’s Insolvency & Restructuring Confederation (2018)

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