Mayor de Blasio Appoints Two Judges to Civil Court

March 9, 2018

NEW YORK— Today, Mayor de Blasio announced the appointment of two interim Civil Court judges. These judges have a wealth of experience in the public and private sectors and are uniquely qualified to serve all New Yorkers.

"These judges bring a unique perspective to the court and I am confident they will work tirelessly to serve the people of New York," said Mayor de Blasio

CIVIL COURT

Judge Jeffrey Gershuny
Judge Gershuny served as a Supervising Court Attorney in Criminal Court, New York County for seven years, before becoming the Chief Counsel to the Administrative Judge of New York City Criminal Court. Judge Gershuny received his undergraduate degree from SUNY Binghamton University and his law degree from Hofstra University Law School. Judge Gershuny is appointed to Civil Court and will be serving in Criminal Court.

Judge Adam Perlmutter
Judge Perlmutter has been practicing criminal law for 22 years as a prosecutor with the Queens County District Attorney’s Office, a solo practitioner, and a partner in various firms, most recently at Perlmutter & McGuinness, PC. Judge Perlmutter received his undergraduate degree from Columbia University and his law degree from the University of Wisconsin Law School. Judge Perlmutter is appointed to Civil Court and will be serving in Criminal Court.

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