OCA Proposes Allocation of New Family Court Judges

, New York Law Journal


New York City would have nine new Family Court judgeships, while 11 counties outside the city would each receive one additional judgeship, under a proposal the Office of Court Administration says is based on "greatest need."

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Originally appeared in print as OCA States Location Preferences for New Family Court Judgeships

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