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Margaret C. Reilly
Candidate for the
Supreme Court
Tenth Judicial District
(Nassau and Suffolk)

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • Judge Margaret C. Reilly has been a Nassau County District Court Judge for over 13 years. She as been found "Well Qualified" by the Nassau County Association Judicial Screening Committee for the position of Supreme Court Justice. She is an active member of her community serving as a trustee of the Oyster Bay East Norwich Boys and Girls Club as well as the vice president of their Parent's Council. She also served on the Pastoral Council for St. Dominic's Roman Catholic Church and a member of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Guild at St. Dominic's. She is a member of the Ladies Ancient Order of Hibernians as well as serves on the advisory committee to the Irish Institute at Molloy College. In addition, she serves as the co-chair of the Nassau County Judicial Committee on Women in the Courts. She has been awarded the Fidelis Juri Award by the Fraternal Order of Court Officers in 2000 and the Fidelis Juri Award by the Nassau County Court Officers Benevolent Association in 2007. Prior to taking the bench, I worked as a trial attorney in private practice. She is married with two children ages 6 and 10.
IJEQC rating
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  • Did Not Apply
Party Membership
  • Republican
Party Line
  • Conservative
  • Republican
Campaign Web Site
  • Hamilton College, BA, 1985
  • St. John's University School of Law, JD, 1988
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1988
  • New Jersey 1988
  • Judge of the Nassau County District Court, State of New York
Professional Experience
  • Senior Associate, Law Office of Vincent D. McNamara
  • Senior Associate, Mulholland Minion & Roe
  • Village Prosecutor, Village of Stewart Manor
  • Deputy County Attorney, County of Nassau

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