Judith D. Grimaldi is Chair of the Elder Law and Special Needs Section of the New York State Bar Association, and she is a partner in the Elder Law Firm, Grimaldi & Yeung LLP in Brooklyn & Manhattan.
She has been a member of the New York State Bar Association’s Elder Law and Special Needs Section since 1993 and has served on the Executive Committee as a section chair of the Health Care Committee, Mediation Committee as well as a member of the Section’s Legislation and Advocacy Committees.
Ms. Grimaldi has been an elder law advocate on a national level and now serves on the Board of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA), and chairs NAELA’s Practice Management and Practice Development Section, as well as serving on the Public Policy Committee. She is a frequent presenter at their national trainings. Ms. Grimaldi is also past president and board member of NY NAELA, New York’s local chapter and past chair of the New York City Bar Association’s Legal Problems of the Aging Committee.
She is a 1993 graduate of Brooklyn Law School, where she also taught Elder Law. Ms. Grimaldi holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Hunter College of the City of New York and a Bachelor of Arts degree from Marymount Manhattan College with a certificate in Gerontology, where she was an adjunct professor of Sociology.
Ms. Grimaldi is active in her community and a local aging advocate serving on New York City’s Community Board 10, chairing the Senior Issues Committee. She is on the board of the New York Memory Center and a founder of the Bay Ridge Age Friendly Project which recently staged a Senior Tech Fair at Brooklyn Borough Hall.
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