Kathy remains deeply committed to her community involvement. She continues to sit on The Board of Advisors of the Westchester Community Foundation (WCF). www.wcf-ny.org/ which she joined in 2009. This board’s dedication to problem solving, and capacity building are truly extraordinary.”
Linda Markowitz was honored by the Pace Women’s Justice Center (“PWJC”) at Tappan Hill in Tarrytown, New York, on October 18, 2012 for her work as a volunteer and “Making a Difference”. She spoke about her first domestic violence representation and about how the court system can still be used as a weapon against a domestic violence victim. Linda has served on the executive board of the PWJC, known as “Gail’s House” since its inception and was instrumental in developing the moderate means panel. Funds raised are used to help the center in its many programs for the community. You can obtain more information on the organization’s website law.pace.edu/wjc. Photos from the event can be viewed below.
I. Miles Pollack has joined the firm of Rosenthal & Markowitz, LLP as “of Counsel.” Mr. Pollack focuses on real estate and commercial litigation matters.
Kathy remains on the Board and serves as Vice President of the Westchester Public Private Partnership which serves and supports the senior community in Westchester County. www.westchesterpartnership.org
Linda Markowitz now practices Collaborative Law in addition to litigation and divorce mediation. She is a member of the New York Association for Collaborative Practice, www.collaborativelawny.org and also a member of the Association of Collaborative Lawyers of Westchester and Rockland, www.collaborativelaw-ny.org. Linda continues to be active on many boards in the community and within the legal profession, including the Westchester Women’s Bar (past president 1999-2001), the Westchester Women’s Bar Association Foundation where she served as President from June 2008 to July 2010 ,and the Surprise Lake Camp Board where she serves as Vice President and on the public relations and development committees. As well, she is on the executive committee for the Justice Brandeis Westchester Law Society. She uses her non-billable time to enjoy her four grandchildren and she is learning to play golf.