Andrea B. Friedman
Divorce & Family Lawyer in Long Island
Andrea B. Friedman is a named partner at Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys
at Law. Friedman joined Friedman & Friedman, Attorneys at Law, as
an associate in 2009, after receiving her J.D. from Hofstra University
Law School, and a B.A. from George Washington University. She received
an award from Hofstra Law School as an Emerging Leader at their annual
Outstanding Women in law event for 2018.
In her many years at the firm, she 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.
Andrea Friedman focuses her practice on preparation, insight into the law
and advocacy for her client. Practicing side-by-side with Sari M. Friedman,
she handles all areas of matrimonial and family law from inception through trial.
Friedman has emerged as a well-respected attorney. In 2014, Long Island
Business News called Friedman "one to watch." In 2017, she was
named a Queens "40 Under 40" winner. 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.
Andrea is the recipient of a number of awards and recognitions that sets
her apart from others in the legal community. She won the Long Island
Business News Millennial Award which was given to her in recognition of
her abilities among other young professionals. She was also named as an
advisory board member at
ACDS. This is a not for profit organization devoted to serving children and
adults who deal with developmental disabilities.
"Diligence is key, and I enjoy what I do," 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,
Friedman was recently named to Who's Who as a Top Attorney in North
America and is now a member of the Board of the Westchester Women's
Bar Association. 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 local community.