Experience and Integrity
Jessica R. Wilcox, candidate for Albany City Court judge, has been practicing law in the Capital Region for more than two decades. As a judicial law clerk, she has drafted trial decisions and provided argued appeals in the Second, Third and Fourth Deparments of the New York State Appellate Division. She has spent the last eight years as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Glen T. Bruening of the Court of Claims and the previous four as the Honorable John C. Egan Jr.’s judicial law clerk.
Jessica was appointed to the Appellate Division’s Committee on Character and Fitness in 2012, and is a member of the Academy of Trial Lawyers and the Capital District Woman’s Bar Association.
A native of Little Falls, Jessica graduated cum laude from Wells College and attended Albany Law School, where she focused a her studies on disabilities law, inspired by her mother, a cancer survivor who suffers from parapaligia who continues to influence and motivate Jessica, as does her father, who also happened to be her high school art teacher.
When she is not working, Jessica enjoys spending time with her husband, Geoffrey, and their two children — Jacob and Hannah.