Kaye's Approach To Change Cautious And Pragmatic

, New York Law Journal

As Judge Judith S. Kaye begins her last month on the Court, former colleagues, clerks, academics and other observers repeatedly cited the same qualities when assessing the jurisprudence of Judge Kaye in a quarter-century on the Court: even-handed, thorough, well-prepared, consensus-minded and, above all, collegial. "What an extraordinary, unimaginable, unbelievable, incomparable privilege it has been to serve the people, the public, as a judge of this fantastic, great, phenomenal Court of Appeals," she said on Nov. 20, after hearing oral arguments in her last case on the Court.

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