2 edition of Report to Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman found in the catalog.
Report to Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman
New York (State). Grand Jury Project.
|Statement||the Grand Jury Project.|
|LC Classifications||KFN6159 .N49 1999|
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|LC Control Number||99490375|
Among those present at the Riverside Memorial Chapel in Manhattan were former Mayor David Dinkins, New York's Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman, as well as his two predecessors, Judith Kaye and Sol. The rule was announced by Judith S. Kaye, the state’s chief judge at the time, and the chief administrative judge, Jonathan Lippman, now the chief judge. It stated bluntly, “The Family Court is open to the public,” and assured access to all courtrooms, lobbies and waiting areas.
First appointed chief administrative judge in by then Chief Judge Kaye, Judge Pfau was reappointed by Judge Jonathan Lippman in , when he succeeded Judge Kaye. Before Judge Pfau’s appointment, she served as first deputy chief administrative judge, a . The New York State Court of Appeals is the state's highest court. In civil cases, appeals are taken almost exclusively from decisions of the Appellate Divisions. In criminal cases, depending on the type of case and the part of the state in which it arose, appeals can be heard from decisions of the Appellate Division, the Appellate Term, and the County Court.
First year: report to Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman. JUDICIARY. Law guardian reporter. JUDICIARY. New York law reports: style manual. JUDICIARY. New York mediator: newsletter of the Community Dispute Resolution Centers Program, Unified Court System of the State of New York. Looking at the full report (download pdf here) from Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman, some interesting ideas are to be found No recommendation is made to increase justice pay; but each court will need to have equipment upgrades (computers, digital audio recorders, fax machines, etc.)- the report calls for an additional $10 million.
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Early inChief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman recognized the vital role that the Housing Court plays in the lives of New Yorkers and determined that it required substantial change. With the recognition of the importance of the Housing Court came an infusion of resources and personnel.
It made its debut this week on New York's judicial Web site, a recognition that "a key feature of accountability is openness," Chief Judge Judith S. Author: Joyce Purnick. On April 3, Latham Of Counsel, Judge Jonathan Lippman, had his portrait unveiled at the New York State Court of Appeals, as is the tradition of the Court following a Chief Judge’s retirement.
The portrait, painted by world renowned artist Daniel E. Greene, will hang next to the portrait of Judge Lippman’s predecessor, former Chief.
Having served under two wonderful chief judges, Judith Kaye and Jonathan Lippman, I felt that the new chief had the right to her own chief administrative judge — and that I. This action is brought by plaintiff Frank V.
Ponterio, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court, State of New York, against Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman.
Mark C. Zauderer is a New York trial and appellate lawyer, and a senior partner in the New York law firm of Ganfer, Shore, Leeds & Zauderer LLP. He frequently comments on legal issues in the print and television media and lectures on litigation-related ion: Union College, B.A., New York.
New York State Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman’s Statement on Proposed Judiciary Budget Jan. 11 The Unified Court System launches new homepage for -to provide users with easier access to the broad array of court information available on the web site.
New York State’s Court Improvement Project began in and was administered from its inception through the Fall of by the Permanent Judicial Commission on Justice for Children (The Commission), chaired by Chief Judge Kaye. Duringfederal CIP funding expanded to support additional training and data collection and analysis efforts.
The judge’s career in public service includes serving as judge of the New York Court of Claims, as chief administrative judge of the New York State Courts, as presiding justice of the New York Appellate Division, First Department, and as chief judge of New York.
He retired from the bench in December She was a member of then Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye’s Commission to Promote Public Confidence in Judicial Elections fromand currently serves on Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman’s Attorney Emeritus Advisory Council.
On a Saturday six years ago at one of the countless court functions she attends all over the state Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye learned to her dismay that more than children freed for adoption. The Historical Society of the New York Courts was founded in by then New York State Chief Judge Judith S.
Kaye. Its mission is to preserve, protect and promote the legal history of New York, including the proud heritage of its courts and the development of the Rule of Law. (See "Rules Governing Attorney Conduct: 22 NYCRR PartProcedure for Attorneys in Domestic Relations Matters"; The Matrimonial Rules- Ten Years Later, A Report to Chief Judge Judith S.
Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman, by the Office of the Statewide Administrative Judge for Matrimonial Matters, Hon. Jacqueline W. Former Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman with Hon.
Rose H. Sconiers, Past Chair of the Commission Former Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye with Hon. Lewis Douglass (Past Chair of the Commission) Franklin H. Williams appearing at the Court of Appeals on behalf of the New York State Commission on Minorities.
The report, entitled "Crisis in Family Court - A Call for Action," was initiated last summer in order to brief the successor to Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, who retired after 15 years in the post. Jonathan Lippman, who was confirmed as the new chief judge in February, received an advance copy of the report earlier this month.
Laws () to Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman’s call, while defending the Judiciary’s budget request at a legislative com-mittee, for a return of sentencing discretion to judges (NYLJ online, 2/3/05), the call for reform continues. Supreme Court Update If you missed all the publicity when the US Supreme.
Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, Court of Appeals, New York Judge Elizabeth Keever, 12 '~ Judicial District, Fayetteville, North Carolina Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman, New York Judge Gary L. Lumpkin, Court of Criminal Appeals, Oklahoma City, OHahoma.
Legal Momentum remembers with admiration, respect, and love Judge Judith S. Kaye, the first woman to serve on New York State’s highest court, the New York Court of Appeals, and the first woman to serve as that court’s Chief Judge.
She died of cancer on January 6,at age Judge Lippman's predecessor as chief administrative judge, E. Leo Milonas, tried about 10 years ago to create a directory to give the public more information about Supreme Court justices, who, by Author: Joyce Purnick.
Introduction to the Ninth Annual Chief Judge Lawrence H. Cooke Symposium, High Courts, Center Seat: Chief Justices at Albany Law School; and "The Lippman Top Ten" 78 Albany Law Review () Vincent Martin Bonventre. criminal law in the public sector.
Hon. Jonathan Lippman The longest-serving Chief Administrative Judge of all New York State Courts in New York State history, Judge Lippman has played a central role in many far-reaching reforms of New York’s judicial system and the legal profession during Chief Judge Judith S.
Kaye’s tenure, including. "The chief judge was deeply concerned that Rule was not being followed." Rule was adopted by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye and Chief Administrative Judge Jonathan Lippman years-ago as part of a series of Family Court reforms.A Study for Chief Judge Kaye’s Commission on the Future of Indigent Defense Services FINAL REPORT J Prepared on behalf of: Prepared by: Administrative Office of the Courts The Spangenberg Group For Chief Judge Kaye’s Commission Robert L.
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