Attorney Profiles

Howard E. Knispel, P.C

Caring, Concerned, Personal Attorney Serving Nassau and Suffolk County. Call 631-864-7589.

Practicing Since 1989

Howard E. Knispel, P.C.

Education:

B.A. Eisenhower College of Rochester Institute of Technology Major: International Politics

J.D. New York Law School

Admitted to Practice In:

New York State Courts
Federal District Court, Eastern District
Federal District Court, Southern District
Federal Court of Claims
United States Supreme Court
Court of Appeals for the Armed Services
Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit

Experience:
Former Administrative Law Judge for NYC Taxi and Limousine Commission
Former Prosecutor for Suffolk County Traffic Court
Former Instructor – New York Paralegal School

Special Honors:
Marquis Who’s Who in America & Who’s Who in American Law
Strathmore’s Who’s Who
Judge – HS Mock Trial Tournaments – 2001 to 2020

Professional Memberships:

Suffolk County Bar Association
Matrimonial and Family Law Committee
Family Court Committee
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Law Committee
District Court Committee

Kimberly M. Ball, J.D.

Education:

A.A.S. Suffolk County Community College: Paralegal Studies Program

B.S. Dowling College: Major: Political Science; Minor: Philosophy

J.D. Touro College: Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center

 

Temporary Practice Order, New York State Second Department Appellate Division
Pending NYS Admission

Experience:
Former Criminal Defense Intern, Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County New York
Former Extern, Attorney for the Child, Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County, New York
Former Advanced Extern, Attorney for the Child, Legal Aid Society of Suffolk County
Former Trial Coach, EDNY Federal Judge Bianco’s Summer Justice Program
Former Paralegal, Multiple areas of law

Professional Memberships:

Suffolk County Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Women’s Bar Association
Paralegal Advisory Board, Suffolk County Community College: ABA Accreditation

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