Andrea B. Friedman
Westchester County Divorce & Family Lawyer
Andrea B. Friedman is a named partner at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys
at Law. Friedman joined Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, as
an associate in September 2008, after receiving her J.D. from Hofstra
University Law School, and a B.A. from George Washington University. Her
outstanding leadership and tireless efforts in representing individuals
in matrimonial law led the firm to name Ms. Friedman a partner in 2014.
In her eight years at the firm, Ms. Friedman has distinguished herself
as a leader in the area of matrimonial and family law. She has developed
a well-respected reputation for her aggressive attitude humbled by her
compassionate disposition. Ms. Friedman focuses her practice on preparation,
insight into the law and advocacy for her clients. Practicing side-by-side
with Sari M. Friedman, she handles all areas of matrimonial and family
law from inception through trial.
Ms. Friedman has emerged as a well-respected attorney. In 2014,
Long Island Business News named Ms. Friedman "one to watch," and in 2017 she was honored
to be named one of "40 Under 40" in Queens. She often teaches
trial skills to students at Hofstra University School of Law. She has
also been a guest lecturer at the Marino Institute of Continuing Legal
Education, speaking to fellow attorneys on all aspects of matrimonial
and family law.
She has recently been inducted as a member of the White Plains Rotary Club
and is now a member of the Board of the Westchester Women's Bar Association.
She also received an award from Hofstra law School as an Emerging Leader
of 2018 at their annual Outstanding Women in law event.
"Diligence is key, and I enjoy what I do," Ms. Friedman says.
"What my clients are looking for most is someone who will look out
for their best interest." Andrea Friedman achieves that goal for
every client, every day.
A member of the Westchester Women’s Bar Association, Ms. Friedman
was recently named to Who's Who as a Top Attorney in North America.
She was also awarded the 2016 Millennium Award from Long Island Business
News. Additionally, her contribution to the firm helped earn Friedman
& Friedman SmartCEO’s 2016 Family Business Award.
She has also been named an advisory board member for ACDS. This is a not
for profit organization devoted to serving adults and children with developmental
disabilities, such as autism and Down syndrome. Her role will be to provide
advice to the organization to help with its overall mission and goals.
We are also proud to announce that Andrea won the Long Island Business
News Millennial Award, which is designed to honor young professionals
who stand out among others in their generation. She is also a member of
the Westchester County Bar Association. She also just received an award
from Hofstra law School as an Emerging Leader in 2018 at their annual
Outstanding Women in law event.
Ms. Friedman also volunteers her time at community organizations in various
capacities. She is a member of the Moxxie Network, a mentoring program
dedicated to assisting other women advance professionally and is a member
of Queens Centers for Progress’ (QCP) New Horizons Committee where
she works with other members to arrange community fundraisers to raise
funds for QCP programs, which helps individuals with developmental disabilities.
She has also been elected to the board of Unique People Services, a local
non-profit that provides for the needs of underserviced members of the
Ms. Friedman is a Westchester County resident and enjoys serving people
in her community.