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Alison M. Hamanjian

New York State Courts
Assistant Deputy Counsel, Office of Policy and Planning
New York, NY, USA


Alison M. Hamanjian, Assistant Deputy Counsel to Honorable Judy Harris Kluger, Chief of Policy and Planning for New York State's Unified Court System, provides technical assistance, training and support to New York's problem-solving courts, including domestic violence courts, integrated domestic violence courts, mental health courts and adolescent diversion parts. Prior to her current position, Ms. Hamanjian served as Principal Law Clerk to Honorable Michael A. Corriero, former presiding justice of Manhattan's Youth Part. Before joining the New York State Unified Court System, Ms. Hamanjian served as Supervising Attorney for the Urban Justice Center's Domestic Violence Project, where she represented victims of domestic violence in custody, visitation and family offense proceedings. Ms. Hamanjian began her career as an Assistant District Attorney in the Bronx County District Attorney's Office, where she specialized in the prosecution of cases involving domestic violence, child abuse and sex crimes. Ms. Hamanjian graduated summa cum laude from Hunter College of the City University of New York and cum laude from New York Law School. She is currently a member of the New York State Bar Association's Children and the Law Committee.
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