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Voters GuideNew York State Primary 2018

Michael W. Alpert | New York State Primary 2018

Michael W. Alpert is running for Nassau County District Court Judge, 2nd District - Green

Michael W. Alpert

Michael W. Alpert


BACKGROUND: Alpert, 46, of Merrick, is running on the Green Party line in the primary and is on the Republican, Conservative and Independence party lines in the general election. He has been an attorney in private practice since 2004, currently with an office in Garden City. Alpert specializes in criminal, DWI, traffic law, estate and trust litigation, administration, planning, and real estate transactions, and litigation. He is a court-appointed guardian ad litem in estate and trust matters for the Nassau County Surrogate’s Court and is a court-appointed referee and guardian ad litem in state Supreme Court in Nassau County for foreclosure matters. Alpert has been an adjunct associate professor of criminal justice at LIU Post since 2002. He graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in 1997 and received his bachelor of science degree from Cornell University in 1994. He is a member of the Nassau County Bar Association.