Experts Identify Obstacles to Integrating Albany Bench

, New York Law Journal


In the 118-year history of the Third Department, more than 90 judges have sat on the court in Albany, some famous, some obscure—and all of them white.

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Originally appeared in print as Experts Identify Obstacles to Integrating Albany's Appellate Bench

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  • BrownLawyer

    There needs to be a concerted effort to diversify the Appellate Division, Third Department. Gov. Cuomo and other officials should have a Justice transferred in.

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