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Increasing the Number of Judges in New York: Repeal the Cap
Increasing the Number of Judges in New York: Repeal the Cap and Do the Math
Tuesday, October 10, 2023 | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Free for Members and Non-Lawyers | $15 Non-Members
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Join us for a discussion of the City Bar's recently issued report setting forth a new approach to assessing judicial needs. After a careful study of the judicial assessment protocols of the other 49 states, the City Bar recommends a metric based procedure for New York State. The report, among other recommendations, emphasizes the need to repeal the state’s constitutional cap on the size of the judiciary. The program will present a panel of the report’s authors who will discuss the nuances of the committee’s recommendations.
Hon. Andrea Masley
, Justice of the Supreme Court, New York County
Hon. Steven Barrett
, Retired Acting Supreme Court Justice, Supreme Court, Bronx County, Criminal Term
, Member, Council on Judicial Administration and Constitutional Cap Subcommittee
James P. Chou
, Member, Board of Directors, New York City Bar Association; Member, Council on Judicial Administration and Constitutional Cap Subcommittee
Council on Judicial Administration
, Fran R. Hoffinger, Chair
State Courts of Superior Jurisdiction
, Amy D. Carlin, Chair
, Charles Giudice & Tedmund Wan, Co-Chairs
, Carola Beeney & Anna Cominsky, Co-Chairs
Repeal the Cap and Do the Math: Why we need a modern, flexible, evidence-based method of assessing New York's judicial needs
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