Garden City, New York – Meyer, Suozzi, English & Klein, P.C. is pleased to announce that Abraham B. Krieger has been appointed as Dean of the Nassau Academy of Law. Krieger, a Member of the firm is a real estate and litigation attorney in the Commercial Real Estate Law practice in the Garden City office of Meyer Suozzi.
As Dean, Mr. Krieger is the Chief Executive of the Nassau Academy of Law and presides over the Academy Board of Trustee and Academy meetings and serves as a member of the Board of Directors of the Nassau County Bar Association. The Nassau Academy of Law provides educational opportunities of a post graduate nature for lawyers and paralegals; maintains a law library; produces educational media for programs; provide lectures and training in law, legal ethics and related areas and is a NYS-approved accredited provider of mandatory continuing legal education and produces such programs as are helpful to the legal profession and general public.
Mr. Krieger graduated from the Hofstra University Law School in 1975. He has authored numerous legal and scholarly articles and is Contributing Editor to the NYSBA Publication on Commercial Leasing. Mr. Krieger is a member of the New York State Bar Association and was recently appointed by the NYSBA Real Estate Section Executive Committee as a representative for the 10th Judicial District as well as to a sub-committee on professionalism and a sub-committee on due diligence lease checklists. Active in the Nassau County Bar Association, Mr. Krieger has served as the chair of their Real Property Committee (2003-2004), on the Advisory Task Force on Escrows, as a Moot Court program Judge (2005, 2006), on the Board of Directors (2002 to 2005), and is a participant in the NCBA Of Counsel Mentor Program. Mr. Krieger has also been a member of the Nassau County District Court Arbitration Panel since 1998.
Mr. Krieger has served as Counsel for the American Gathering of Jewish Holocaust Survivors since 1995 as well as the Second Generation Advisory Committee for the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. In the summer of 2002 he served at the University of Berlin, Germany on the Wannsee Conference Advisory Committee’s on The Corruption of the Rule of Law in Germany. Mr. Krieger also currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Great Neck Lawyer’s Association, and is a member of the Executive Board of the American Inns of Court, Theodore Roosevelt Chapter.