OueUette, Alicia R.
May 2007
Albany Law Review;2007, Vol. 70 Issue 3, p815
Academic Journal
The article talks about the reappointment of Judge Judith S. Kaye as Chief Judge of the State of New York. According to the author, the assumption of the judge's reappointment spoke to her overwhelming success as a jurist and a leader of the courts. She claims that the status of Kaye as the most appropriate person for the position could not be questioned. She adds that her accomplishments are well documented.


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