City Bar Guide Explores Mystery of Judicial Selection

, New York Law Journal

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In a state where there are judges and justices, where the Supreme Court isn't supreme, where some jurists are elected and others are appointed—- some with legislative branch oversight, and some not— and the mandatory retirement age of 70 can be sidestepped by some but not others, it's no wonder that many citizens finds the court system baffling.

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