Delonie A. Plummer Esq.
DIRECTOR OF ADVOCACY
Delonie A. Plummer is an Attorney at Jackson Lewis P.C., where she practices general employment law. Delonie’s practice focuses on representing large corporations, small business, and higher education institutions in workplace law matters, including preventive advice and counseling. Through her practice, Delonie hopes to advocate for cultural awareness in the workplace.
Delonie recently graduated cum laude from Pace University School of Law, At Pace Law School, Delonie served as the Vice-Chair of the Northeast Regional Black Law Students Association, through which she organized networking and community service-based events for minority law students.
Delonie also served as a Senior Associate on the Pace International Law Review for which she authored an article on Intellectual Property developments in Caribbean countries. As a law student, Delonie interned for a federal judge in the United States District Court in the Southern District of New York, the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office, the Westchester Supreme Court, and WNET Channel 13.
Prior to law school, Delonie graduated magna cum laude from the State University of New York at Albany. There, she majored in Criminal Justice and minored in English Studies. In her major, Delonie conducted research and authored a thesis on the role of child informants in wrongful convictions, and served as a Legislative Assistant in the New York State Assembly.