Richard Hoffmann

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Richard Hoffman
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Current Court Information:
Suffolk County Family Court, New York
Position:   Family Court Judge
Service:
Active:   2007 - 2016
Past position:   Islip Town Attorney
Past term:   1986 - 2006
Past position 2:   Private practice lawyer
Past term 2:   1997 - 2006
Personal History
Undergraduate:   S.U.N.Y. at Binghamton
Law School:   California Western School of Law



Richard Hoffmann is a judge for the Suffolk County Family Court in New York. He has served in this position since 2007, following his election. His current term ends in 2016.[1]

Education

Hoffmann attended the University of Chicago for his Bachelor degree and Columbia University for his Juris Doctor.[2]

Career

Hoffmann worked in the Islip Town Attorney's Office from 1986 to 2006 and as a self-employed private practice lawyer (the Law Office of Richard Hoffmann) from 1997 to 2006. He joined the Family Court bench in 2007.[1]

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