Optimistic About More Family Court Judges This Term

, New York Law Journal


In light of the overwhelming bi-partisan support in both the New York Senate and Assembly and by the governor for the funding of 20 additional Family Court judges, the New York State Coalition for More Family Court Judges finds the letter by an attorney chairing a civil court bar committee questioning Albany's will to create additional Family Court judgeships to be far too pessimistic ("Does Albany Have the Will to Create Family Court Judgeships?" NYLJ, April 24).

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