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Hon. Andrew M. Engel
Candidate for the
Nassau County District Court
(2nd District)

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Candidate Biography
Personal Statement
  • - Nassau County District Court Judge 2007 to present - Presently presides over more than 1,000 DWI cases in Nassau County - Graduated Brooklyn Law Scholl in 1979 - Trial and Appellate Attorney for 25 years - Dean, Nassau Academy of Law 2010 to 2011 - Co-Chair We Care Advisory Board - Nassau County Bar Association Charity - Nassau County Bar Association’s President’s Award 2011 - President, Nassau County District Court Judges’ Association 2011-2012 - Member Nassau County Bar Association Board of Directors - Member Nassau County Women’s Bar Association - Member Jewish Lawyers' Association Board of Directors - Found “highly qualified” by the NYS Independent Judicial Election Qualification Commissions and the Bar Association - Endorsed by: Police Benevolent Association, County of Nassau Superior Officers’ Association, Nassau County Police Department Detectives’ Association Nassau County Police Department Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association Court Officers’ Benevolent Association of Nassau County
IJEQC rating
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  • Highly Qualified
Party Membership
  • Democrat
Party Line
  • Democrat
  • Green
  • Working Families
Campaign Web Site
  • Rider College, B.A., 1976
  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 1979
Admitted to Bar
  • New York 1980
  • Judge/New York State
Professional Experience
  • Principal Law Secretary to Hon. Elaine Jackson Stack, Supreme Court Nassau County, 2005-2006
  • Mahler, Harris & Engel, P.C. - general practice, civil litigation, civil and criminal appeals, 1979-2004

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