Court Unveils Portrait of Kaye

New York Law Journal

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For the first time in the history of the New York State Court of Appeals, a woman's portrait hangs among the 86 paintings of former judges adorning the courtroom.

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  • Ravi Batra

    Traditions, like precedents, are loved by the law. Gov. Mario Cuomo made history by nominating associate judge Judith S. Kaye to be chief judge, and Senate Judiciary chair and a great New Yorker, Chris Mega, supported same. The Kaye family has given much to all New Yorkers. It is right that the history-making Chief Judge Kaye grace the lofty walls of the Court of Appeals. One can only hope that the red nail polish is as good on canvas as it is in real life. Dated: 10/16/11 /s/ Ravi Batra

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