Hon. Troy K. Webber is a graduate of New York University School of Law. She has served as Assistant District Attorney in New York County; senior associate at medium- sized law firm; Deputy Bureau Chief at New York City Corporation Counsel; and Law Assistant to a State Supreme Court Justice.
Justice Webber was elected to the Civil Court, countywide in November 1993. She was thereafter elected to Supreme Court from New York County in November 2002 and assigned to Bronx Supreme Court, Criminal Division. Appointed Acting Surrogate New York County in January 2009. In February 2016, Justice Webber was appointed to the Appellate Division First Department.
Justice Webber is an adjunct professor at Monroe College.
She is a member of the Metropolitan Black Bar Association, the Association of Woman Judges, The Judicial Friends, the New York County Lawyers Association as well as serves as Co-Chair of the Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission. She serves on the New York State Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics, the Advisory Committee on Criminal Law and Procedure and the National Courts and Sciences Institute Covid 19 Initiative. She also serves on the Alumni Board for New York University School of Law.
Justice Webber mentors' students who attend New York University School of Law, the City University of New York, John Jay College of Criminal Justice as well as Fordham University School of law.
She has also participated in the Thurgood Marshall Mock Trial Program which encourages Bronx middle and high school students to pursue a legal career, as well as the moot court programs sponsored by New York University School of Law and New York Law School.
Associate Justice, New York Supreme Court Appellate Division First Judicial Department