Tribute to Justice Silbermann

, New York Law Journal

John F. Werner, chief clerk and executive officer of New York County's Supreme Court, Civil Branch, and Robert C. Meade Jr., special counsel to the administrative judge, write that since becoming a judge in 1984, Justice Silbermann has sought to make a contribution to the public welfare because that is the kind of person she is - someone more interested in the well-being of others than in her own. She will leave behind a court system that is notably better for her having been here.

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