Jonice Gray Tucker is a founding partner with Buckley Sandler LLP. She is recognized as one of the country’s leading financial services attorneys, serving as a trusted advisor to the nation’s largest banks, nonbank financial institutions and other companies whose work involves financial products and services.
Jonice focuses a substantial portion of her practice on government investigations, enforcement actions, and supervisory matters, frequently handling actions brought by the DOJ, CFPB, FTC, prudential banking regulators, and state attorneys general. Jonice also represents clients in complex civil litigation, conducts internal investigations, and advises on compliance with laws governing financial services.
Jonice chairs the American Bar Association’s Banking Law Committee, which has over 2,000 members. She has been recognized in Chambers USA as a leading lawyer in Financial Services Regulation as well as in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers. A rainmaker in financial services, over the years, Jonice has been featured in the “Meet the Women Rainmakers” segment of Law Practice Today, in Law360’s Rainmaker series, and in Law360’s Minority Powerbroker series.
Jonice is passionate about justice, equality, and paving a way for the next generation. She devotes significant personal and professional efforts to work with underserved populations and creating opportunities for diverse young people. She sits on the Board of Directors for the Legal Aid Society of District of Columbia and the Advisory Board for the Ron Brown Scholars Program, among other organizations.
Jonice holds a J.D. from Yale Law School and B.A. from the University of Virginia.