Laroche, Matthew J.
August 2010
Albany Law Review;2010, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p925
Academic Journal
The article examines the New York State Court of Appeals' dynamics and jurisprudence under Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman. It briefly describes the influence of previous chief judges on the American law, including Judith Kaye, Benjamin Cardozo, Lawrence Cooke and Charles Breitel. It identifies some positions held by Lippman in the state court system, including court attorney, clerk and justice. An overview of Lippman's accomplishments as chief administrative judge is given, including developing specialty courts and implementing jury reform.


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