July 2016 Adrienne Orbach selected to serve another term as co-chair New York State Bar Association Family Law Section
Westchester Women’s Bar Association Adrienne Orbach installed as State Director to Women’s Bar Association State of New York
Speaker: “Alphabet Soup The Legal And Financial Issues of Getting Older ”
Roe Jan Community Library’s series Getting Ready for Getting Old: Strategies for Successful Aging May 6, 2016
Selected as one of the Super Lawyers in Family law category
Women’s Bar Association State of New York, organization president of the organization names Adrienne co-chair of the newly formed LGBT committee.
New York State Bar Association:
Family Law Section Co-Chair, LBGT subcommittee, appointed January 2014
Pace Law School Center for Continuing Legal Education
Same-Sex Marriage: The Law and the Application April 10, 2014 & March 14, 2012 Continue Reading →
Case affirmed. Matter of A. F. v K. H. 2014 NY Slip Op 06582 Decided on October 1, 2014 Appellate Division, Second Department affirms Family Court decision dismissing petition of non-biological non-legal “parent” seeking custody. Petition dismissed for lack of standing.
The Law Offices of Adrienne J. Orbach, PLLC relocates to 399 Knollwood Road, Suite 301, White Plains, New York 10603
The Law Offices of Adrienne J. Orbach, PLLC becomes Of Counsel to I. Miles Pollack, PC.
Adrienne J. Orbach was awarded the Karen Z. Bell New York State Award of Merit at the Westchester Women’s Bar Association annual dinner, Mamaroneck NY
The Westchester Women’s Bar Association in conjunction with the Pace Women’s Justice Center has been administering The Moderate Means Matrimonial Panel for over ten years. The Moderate Means Panel consists of a panel of attorneys who represent individuals with moderate income levels in family law and divorce proceedings. Attorneys who are members of the panel take cases at reduced fees and receive free CLE seminars twice a year. Veteran attorneys on the panel also volunteer their services to conduct the CLE trainings.
Adrienne Orbach, the recipient of this year’s Karen Z. Bell Award not only represents clients referred by the Pace Women’s Justice Center but has also conducted comprehensive and sophisticated CLE programs on numerous occasions at the bi-annual CLE programs.