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Hon. Fred J. Hirsh
Candidate for the
Nassau County District Court
(2nd District)

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • Judge Fred J. Hirsh was appointed to an open seat on the Nassau County District Court in March 2008. Judge Hirsh previously served as a Judge of the Nassau County District Court in 2002. From January 2003 to his appointment to the District Court in March 2008, Judge Hirsh served as Principal Law Clerk to Supreme Court Justice Leonard B. Austin. Prior to his appointment to the bench in 2002, Judge Hirsh had been an attorney in private practice for 24 years. Judge Hirsh was born in Queens and raised in Franklin Square. He is a graduate of Hamilton College and Brooklyn Law School. In 2001, Judge Hirsh was honored by the East Meadow Jewish Community Relations Council and State of Israel Bonds for outstanding community service. In 2006, he received a citation for distinguished community service from East Meadow Kiwanis. In 1997, he was the East Meadow Jewish Center Men's Club Man of the Year. Judge Hirsh resides in East Meadow with his wife Mindy. They have two children, a daughter Carly and a son, Neil. Judge Hirsh has been found "Well Qualified" by the Nassau County Bar Association and "Qualified" by the Independent Judicial Screening Committee.
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Democrat
  • Independence
  • Working Families
Campaign Web Site
  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1977
  • Hamilton College, B.A., 1974
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1978
  • Judge, Nassau County District Court
Professional Experience
  • Principal Law Clerk, Hon. Leonard B. Austin Supreme Court, Nassau County
  • Judge, Nassau County District Court
  • Segan, Nemerov & Singer, P.C. Attorney
  • Fred J. Hirsh, Esq.

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