Early Law Group P.C.

Latonia Early

Latonia Early

With a double major in American Economic and Social History as well as African American Studies, Latonia Early-Hubelbank graduated from Princeton University in 1989. She earned her Juris Doctor degree from Hofstra University School of Law in 1992 and was admitted to the Connecticut State Bar in 1992 and the New York State Bar in 1993. Latonia is also admitted to Federal Courts in both Eastern and Southern Districts of New York.

Latonia has held various positions within the Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, including President of the organization from 2003 – 2004, and was the 2001 recipient of the Virginia C. Duncomb award, recognizing people committed to furthering the advancement of women in the legal profession. In April 2003, Latonia was honored by the Hofstra University Women’s Law Group as a role model and for her achievements in the legal profession.


She has served on many Board of Directors throughout the years, including the Suffolk County Coalition Against Domestic Violence, Five Towns College, and the vestry of St. John’s Church, which she has been a member of since 2000. Currently, Latonia sits on the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Girl Scouts, serves as an alumnus interviewer for the Princeton University Admissions Committee, and is President of National Women’s Martial Arts Federation.

Additional Associations and Memberships

– American Inns of Court Family Law Section.
– International Association of Collaborative Practitioners
– New York Collaborative Law Group
– New York State Bar Association
– Five Towns College (Former Member, Board of Trustees)
– Episcopal Diocese of Long Island (Bishop Search Committee)

Honors and Awards

– Long Island’s Top Ten Matrimonial Lawyers Under 45 (Digital Press, 2005, 2006)
– Top Forty Business Leaders Under Forty (Long Island Business News, 2003)
– Hofstra University Women’s Law Group (2003)
– Nassau County Girl Scouts (2003)
– Virginia C. Duncomb Award (Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, 2001)
– Farmingdale High School “Outstanding Alumni” (1998)

Community Involvement

Latonia enjoys serving in her community. She became a member of the first group of “Outstanding Alumni” honored by Farmingdale High School in 1998 and served as a Law Guardian from 1995 – 1997 for children interested in the legal profession. In 2002, she was honored by the Nassau County Girl Scouts Association during their 90 th anniversary celebration.


Latonia was born and raised in the Episcopal tradition. She and her husband, David, as well as their 2 daughters are very involved in their church, contributing and sharing in the spiritual life at St. John’s Church. Both Latonia and David enjoy teaching Sunday school and being involved with the church’s clubs and committees.

Not only are Latonia and David active in their church, but they also enjoy giving back to the community that they live in. Having been residents of Huntington, Long Island, NY since 1994, both Latonia and David serve as Committee Persons in a local election district for the Huntington Republican Party.


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