Biography

Maxine S. Broderick is a former Hempstead Village Justice who presided over civil and misdemeanor criminal matters.  In private practice, Ms. Broderick is an experienced matrimonial, family, criminal, real estate, bankruptcy and civil law practitioner.  Ms. Broderick serves as a Foreclosure Referee in Nassau County Supreme Court, and acted as a Fee Dispute Arbitrator in the 10th Judicial District.  Ms. Broderick was screened by the Nassau County Bar Association and deemed “well qualified” to sit in District Court.

Ms. Broderick is a member of the New York State Bar Association (2016-2017 Family Law Section Diversity Fellow), the Nassau County Bar Association (Chairperson, General, Small and Solo Practice Committee and WE CARE Advisory Committee member), serves on the board of the Nassau County Women’s Bar Association, and is the immediate past president of the Amistad Long island Black Bar Association.

Dedicated to community service, Ms. Broderick has instructed hundreds of Long Island elementary and high school students in constitutional law in connection with “Constitution Day”, and has provided pro bono legal advice and representation to low income New Yorkers and victims of domestic violence.  Ms. Broderick has been recognized by the Nassau County Bar Association, Nassau-Suffolk Law Services and The Safe Center LI as a 2016 Access to Justice Pro Bono Provider.

As a civic leader, Ms. Broderick is a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women (Long Island Chapter), the Long Island African American Chamber of Commerce, the Order of the Easter Star (Nassau Chapter 718), and serves on the boards of the Hempstead NAACP and Hempstead Boys and Girls Club.

Ms. Broderick is a resident of Hempstead and graduate of St. Agnes Elementary School, Sacred Heart Academy, Fordham University and Brooklyn Law School.

She has been admitted to practice in New York State since 2004, and is admitted to the United States District Court, Eastern District of New York (EDNY), the United States District Court, Southern District of New York (SDNY), and the U.S. Supreme Court.