The Hon. Tammy S. Robbins is a judge for the Nassau County Family Court in the Tenth Judicial District of New York. Robbins was designated to the bench by Chief Administrative Judge Lawrence K. Marks in 2018.
Robbins earned a B.A. in economics from the State University of New York at Albany in 1982. Then, in 1989, she completed a J.D. at Hofstra University, Maurice A. Deane School of Law.
After graduating from law school, Robbins became an assistant district attorney in the Nassau County District Attorney’s Office in 1989. During her ten-year tenure there, she prosecuted narcotics cases while leading its Street Gang Investigation Unit. Then, in 2000, she joined the New York State Unified Court System, where she served as a principal court attorney for the Hon. Jeffrey S. Brown (2000-2004) and the Hon. David J. Ayres (2004-2005) of the Nassau County Court.
Robbins then began her judicial career. She started as a judge for the Nassau County Court, a position to which she was elected in 2005. Later that year, she was designated Acting Justice for the Nassau County Supreme Court by former Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman.
In 2015, Robbins left the bench. She returned to the New York State Unified Court System, accepting a position as principal court attorney for the Hon. Conrad D. Singer of the Nassau County Family Court. Two years later, she was re-elected to the Nassau County Court.
She is registered as a Democrat.