Attorney Tori Ludwig
Tori Ludwig is admitted to practice law in both New York and Connecticut State Courts as well as the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. She holds a Law Mediation Certificate from Quinnipiac University School of Law and is a certified Domestic Violence Crisis Counselor. She has an incredibly diverse background in multiple disciplines of the law, including business; criminal prosecution; disability; employment; family; wills, trusts and estates; and probate law.
Most recently, Tori served as Special Deputy Assistant State's Attorney prosecuting criminal cases for the State of Connecticut. This position was a natural progression after serving as a Family Violence Victim Advocate working directly at court for a dual domestic violence and sexual assault not-for-profit crisis agency.
Attorney Ludwig’s criminal law background includes aiding in all stages of the criminal process, working closely with police during investigations, assisting with witness statements, and attending forensic interviews, charging of crimes, arraignment, discovery, and plea-bargaining.
In addition to criminal law, she also has experience in all aspects of family law, including addressing the intricate and often emotional aspects of separation and divorce, division of marital assets, spousal support, child support, custody, and visitation. She has also served as an attorney for the respondent in guardianships of persons with intellectual disabilities and involuntary conservatorships where she was charged with safeguarding the rights of her clients.
Tori is passionate about giving back, and many of her most recent experiences have centered around serving her community. A New England Law | Boston graduate, Attorney Ludwig partook in the Judicial Language Project, helping to identify inflammatory, blaming, eroticizing, and unnecessarily objectifying language in appellate-level sexual assault cases. Since then, Tori has donated her time volunteering as a Crisis Counselor and with the Special Victim's Unit at Danbury Police Department. She is also a certified volunteer at the Federal Corrections Institute.
New York: 212-682-5700