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Andrew Goodman

White Plains

81 Main Street

Suite 400

White Plains, NY 10601

Tel: (914) 607-7010

Fax: (914) 607-3595

Email: [email protected]

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Andrew Goodman is an Associate at Abrams Fensterman, LLP in the White Plains office. His practice focuses on civil litigation and labor and employment matters.


Prior to joining Abrams Fensterman, Andrew was the chief litigation attorney for a civil legal services provider in Manhattan, focused on housing and consumer litigation. In that role, Andrew was responsible for handling the organization’s most complex cases, including those presenting novel issues of constitutional and statutory law in a rapidly evolving field, and those requiring complex investigations into matters such as rent regulation fraud. An experienced litigator, he was also charged with training and supervising staff attorneys at all stages of a case, from initial pleadings, to investigation, to trials and appeals.


Andrew also previously served as an Assistant Public Defender in the Monroe County Public Defender’s Office, where he handled hundreds of criminal cases from arraignment to disposition.


Andrew received a B.S. from Cornell University’s School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and graduated magna cum laude from Brooklyn Law School, where he was an Edward V. Sparer Public Interest Law Fellow and a recipient of the Jerome Prince Scholarship, Samuel P. & Ellen L. Sporn Scholarship, Margaret A. Berger Scholarship, and the Judge Kenneth B. Keating Memorial Prize. He was also awarded CALI Excellence for the Future Awards in Appellate Advocacy and Conflict of Laws.


Andrew is admitted to practice in New York, and in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. He is a member of the New York City Bar Association.


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  • Brooklyn Law School, J.D.
  • Cornell University, B.S.

Professional Associations

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  • New York City Bar Association


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  • New York, 2016
  • U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit, 2021