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Onondaga County Family Court Judge

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    Michele Pirro Bailey (Rep, Con, Grn, I, Rfm) Family Court Judge

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Campaign Phone (315) 459-3112
Facebook page HonMichelePirroBailey
Endorsement(s) Onondaga County Veterans Party; NYS Troopers Police Benevolent Association, Inc.; Onondaga County Deputy Sheriffs' Police Association, Inc.; District Council No. 4/Painters Local Union No. 31; United Food and Commercial Workers District Union Local One; Teamsters Local 1149
Education Western New England College School of Law, Springfield, MA - Juris Doctor Degree - May 1985; Le Moyne College, Syracuse, NY - B.A. Cum Laude, Political Science - May 1982
In the nearly 10 years that I have been a Family Court Judge I have handled thousands of cases concerning all aspects of Family Law, including finalizing 200 adoptions. In 2009, I became a member of the Chief Administrative Judge's Family Court Advisory and Rules Committee, and have served as Co-Chair of the Committee since 2013. I am a member of the New York State Permanent Commission on Justice for Children and a Lecturer at the New York State Judicial Institute. I have been a member of the Statewide Multidisciplinary Child Welfare Collaboration, and the Lead Judge for the Onondaga County Child Welfare Stakeholders since 2010. For 8 years I served as a Principal Law Clerk to a Supreme Court Justice, and for 7 years I served as a Court Attorney to a Family Court Judge. I am a former Onondaga County Deputy County Attorney (including an assignment to the Family Court Unit) and Onondaga County Assistant District Attorney. Finally, from 1993-1998, I maintained a private law practice.

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