Daniel D. Angiolillo presently serves as jurist-inresidence at Pace University Law School teaching constitutional law seminars in Election Law, and Judicial Ethics/Decision Making; and was recently appointed Town Judge for the Town of Harrison. His prior judicial service of 20 years began with his election in November 1993 to the Westchester County Court, followed by election to the NYS Supreme Court, Ninth Judicial District in 1999. In 2001 he was appointed by Chief Judge Judith Kaye to preside over New York State’s first Integrated Domestic Violence Court, known as the “One Family, One Judge Court.” He also served on the Appellate Term, Ninth and Tenth Judicial Districts and concluded his prior judicial service with seven years on the Appellate Division, Second Judicial Department. He was appointed to the Appellate Division by Governor George E. Pataki and then was designated a constitutional member of the court by Governor David Patterson in December 2010.
Prior to the bench, Judge Angiolillo served seven years as a law clerk to the Honorable Kenneth H. Lange and six years as an Assistant District Attorney in
Westchester County. He is a frequent lecturer at continuing legal education programs, most recently on Appellate Practice, Judicial Ethics, Domestic Violence,
New York Practice and Health Law/Palliative Care. He has instructed the Appellate and High Court Judges in Ghana, West Africa on judicial decision
making. He also authored a chapter for the Lawyer’s Manual on Domestic Violence, 6th Edition, 2016, entitled “The Integrated Domestic Violence Court:
New York’s Successful Experiences.” Judge Angiolillo presently serves on New York State’s Judicial Ethics Advisory Committee; and is President Emeritus for a
New York State not-for-profit devoted to Prader-Willi Syndrome. He graduated with honors from Boston College with a degree in Economics and received his J.D. from St. John’s University School of Law.