New York State Presiding Justice
Judge Randall Eng was the first Asian American in New York State history to serve as a Presiding Justice, appointed to the bench by Governor Cuomo in 2012. Earlier, he was the first Asian American to become a New York State judge, appointed by NYC Mayor Koch to NYC Criminal Court. He made legislative history in 1972, at the beginning of his legal career, when he joined the Queens District Attorney’s office and became the first Asian American in New York State history to be appointed as an Assistant Prosecutor.
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Richard S. Abramson ’63 Richard S. Abramson ’63 was Senior Vice President and Senior Managing Director of AllianceBernstein for 37 years. He passed away in 2016 after a battle with multiple myeloma. He was President of The Washington Institute for Near East Policy and served on the investment committees of…more