Judge Marc Seedorf brings to the bench vast experience and common sense, an unbiased and open mind, patience, and the utmost respect for litigants both criminal and civil. Now completing his fifth four-year term as Town Justice, respect and the protection of victims continue to be the top priorities in his Court.
Judge Seedorf was a Major Crimes Prosecutor in the Bronx D.A.’s Office and has been in private practice for 31 years, where he has represented an array of civil litigants, domestic violence victims, Criminal and Family offense victims and defendants including juveniles.
Marc is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of St. John’s University and holds a Juris Doctor from Brooklyn Law School.
Justice Seedorf is an Administrative Law Judge for the Westchester County Department of Health, the President of the Northern Westchester Bar Association, a Member of the Westchester County Domestic Violence Council, Trustee of the Lewisboro Library, Board Member of the South Salem Presbyterian Church Nursery School and past President and Trustee of the Westchester County Magistrate’s Association. Marc is also a Member of the New York State Bar Association’s Town & Village Justice Court’s Committee and a Lecturer at the New York State Bar Association’s Young Lawyer’s Continuing Legal Education Seminar.
Marc and his family moved from the Bronx to Lewisboro in 1989.
Marc and his late wife Donna’s children Lauren, Marc William and Alison are proud products of the Katonah Lewisboro School system.