Senior Court Employees See Cost-of-Living Hike

, New York Law Journal


About 285 senior court officials whose salaries were frozen for close to a decade during the judicial pay crisis have received a 10.9 percent cost-of-living salary increase retroactive to April 1, 2012, when the judges received their first pay raise since 1999.

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  • Honest Iago

    When will OCA realize that it may be the only major organization in the free world that officially describes the majority of its work force with a negative? Could they not find something better to call us than "non-judicial employees"? If "the dedicated people who devote their careers to diligently and cheerfully acting as the intermediaries between litigants and the judiciary" would be too wordy, we could probably settle for "support staff".

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