Randall Carmel

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Since graduating from the New England School of Law in 1986, Randy has dedicated the majority of his legal career to advocating for indigent children and families in New York City. Prior to law school, Randy received a B.A. in mathematics and economics from Alfred University receiving the University’s Faculty Award for Top Student in Economics. Randy moved to New York City after graduating law school in 1986 and began working for The Legal Aid Society, Juvenile Rights Division, as a trial attorney for children in abuse, neglect, and delinquency proceedings. After leaving the Legal Aid Society in 1989 Randy joined a small law firm which specialized in litigating adoption and termination of parental rights proceedings on behalf of non-profit foster care agencies in New York City. In 2000, Randy left the firm and shifted the focus of his legal practice to Family Court Appellate work. He divides his time between New York City and Keene New Hampshire and works closely with his father in the family’s real estate business.

Randy has been a member of the Assigned Counsel Trial Panel of the New York County Family Court since 1990 and the Assigned Counsel Panel for Family Court Appeals of the Appellate Division, First Department since 2000. In 2011, Randy was appointed chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Committee on Children and the Law.

Randy is a member of the Board of Trustees of Antioch University New England. He has also served as President of the Board of Directors of Sophia’s Hearth Family Center, a non-profit early childhood teaching center in Keene New Hampshire, from 2001-2003 and as President of Congregation Avahas Achim from 2006-2009.

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  • New York

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