Aaron Maslow is an attorney, practicing for nearly 40 years. He has represented numerous candidates in election law matters; NYS Accredited Provider, Continuing Legal Education; past NYC administrative law judge; legal counsel to the Board of Elections in the City of New York, 1988-1992; past vice president, Cong. Bnai Israel of Sheepshead Bay; began Democratic Party activism in 1968, supporting a local State Assembly candidate affiliated with the reform movement; candidate for delegate to 1976 Democratic National Convention; member of the Democratic County Committee for many years; past delegate to Judicial Conventions; resides in Marine Park, in the 41st Assembly District, with his wife Lori, a Democratic District Leader.
Mr. Maslow’s op-ed article about a high school classmate, “ ‘Do Not Murder,’ ” was published in The New York Times in 1994. A 2007 op-ed in the New York Sun by him advocated amending the judicial selection process in New York. He has written articles which appeared in other periodicals, including Kashrus Magazine (publication concerning the kosher food industry) and Thump (publication of New York Rabbit Rescue & Rehab / New York City House Rabbit Society). As an Orthodox Jew and an ardent advocate for minorities — racial, religious, and gender — Mr. Maslow represented the first openly lesbian judge in Kings County, the first openly gay judge in Kings County, and the first Muslim judge in New York. One of his proudest moments in public service was offering scriptural readings at the installation of Judge Carolyn Walker-Diallo, the first Muslim judge in New York.