Andrew H. Eibel
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Andrew H. Eibel spent 40 years practicing criminal law at the Legal Aid Society, principally in the Criminal Defense Division. He defended alleged parole violators with the Parole Revocation Defense Unit in the late 1970s, and argued direct appeals from criminal convictions with the Criminal Appeals Bureau.

Andy spent over 35 years representing indigent clients accused of felonies, misdemeanors and local law violations, and related probation violation and sentencing proceedings in the Criminal Defense Division in Brooklyn and Manhattan state courts, first as a Staff Attorney, and then as a Supervising Attorney. He also served as their Director of Training. Along with his in-house teaching and mentoring and his stint as Training Director, he has taught Trial Advocacy, participated in New York City area law school Moot Court programs, and taught Legal Writing as an Adjunct Professor at New York Law School. He has taught at Cardozo Law School , CUNY, New York Law School, Pace and Fordham.

He is currently a member of the New York City Bar’s criminal justice operations committee as well as the Secretary of the New York Criminal Bar Association, and a member of their Board of Directors.