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Robin Kent
Candidate for the
Nassau Family Court

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • Robin Kent has dedicated her eighteen year legal career to fighting for, and protecting the rights of, children in the family and education law arenas. Robin spent the early years of her career as an attorney with NYC's Administration for Children Services prosecuting child abuse and neglect cases in Family Court. Currently a solo practitioner handling NYS Family Court matters in Nassau County Family Court, Robin’s practice focuses on representing children in custody, visitation, juvenile delinquency and abuse and neglect cases. Robin also specializes in Education Law, as both an advocate for children and families, as well as an Impartial Hearing Officer. As an advocate, Robin fights for the most vulnerable as she focuses on representing families with children who require special education services. Robin has volunteered her time for the Special Education PTA for the Jericho Public Schools. She lectured Nassau County probation officers on how to obtain services from public schools, as well as parents of special education students regarding their children’s right to a free and appropriate public education. Robin is the proud mother of 4boys.
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Democrat
Campaign Web Site  
  • St. John's School of Law, JD, 1990
  • SUNY Binghamton, BA, 1987
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1990
  • Solo Practicioner
Professional Experience
  • NYS Impartial Hearing Officer NYS Department of Education
  • Prosecutor of Neglect and Abuse Matters Administration for Children's Services City of New York

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