The Nassau County Bar Association New Lawyers Committee frequently schedules
luncheons for local judges and new lawyers in order to facilitate stronger
relationships between lawyers and the bench. Familiarity between judges
and lawyers helps both parties understand each other better in court—and
ultimately, can create better outcomes (and waste less time) throughout
the legal process.
The luncheon includes judges from different divisions to sit and eat with
the most recent members of the NCBA. One recent gathering featured judges
from the Commercial Division and Family Court. Wisselman, Harounian &
Associates attorney Amanda Rose Green regularly attends these luncheons
in order to become more familiar with the various local judges, and help
create a better Nassau County legal system.
About Ms. Green
Attorney Green is a skilled Long Island family law attorneys at our firm,
and one of the newest members of our firm’s family. She came to
Wisselman, Harounian & Associates from a law firm where she oversaw
11 attorneys and 30 paralegals as the Assistant Managing Attorney. Prior
to that, she was an intern with the Suffolk County Attorney’s Office
Family Court Bureau. She currently handles cases involving family law,
matrimonial law, and appeals.
In addition to her work for the firm, Ms. Green contributes her time and
knowledge to the community as an act of service. Last year, her pro bono
work was recognized by her alma mater—Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg
Law Center—where she was named her the Public Interest/Pro Bono
Attorney of the Year.