Pfau to Resign as Courts' Top Administrator

, New York Law Journal


Chief Administrative Judge Ann T. Pfau, who has managed the state court system through 4 1/2 exceptionally tumultuous years, yesterday informed colleagues that she will step down on Dec. 1 to take over a new medical malpractice program and try cases in her home borough of Brooklyn.

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  • Peter Lomtevas

    I am very glad to see her go. I have not heard of a Chief Admin do so little for attorneys as this one. I also observe a steep decline in court performance and morale.

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