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by Albert M. Rosenblatt,Judith S. Kaye

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0823227634
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Albert M. Rosenblatt,Judith S. Kaye
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Fordham University Press (October 15, 2007)
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New York's Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits

New York's Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits. Focusing on broad issues of law rather than individual disputes, the Court now consists of seven judges-one chief judge and six associate judges-appointed by the governor to terms of fourteen years. New York's Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits.

Associate Judge, New York State Court of Appeals, 1999-2006. Its mission is to preserve, protect and promote the legal history of New York, including the proud heritage of its courts and the development of the Rule of Law. Learn More. Join Our Mailing List. Interviewed: 12/21/2009. Albert M. Rosenblatt, referred to as a Renaissance Man by many who know of his professional, intellectual, and athletic pursuits, is among the most well known and highly respected members of New York State’s Judiciary. He is esteemed for his character, independence of thought, creativity, and love of scholarship.

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It is case number 71 – given that number by The New York State Court of Appeals, the highest court in New York. On Thursday, for 10 minutes each, attorneys on opposite sides of the most high profile murder case in Onondaga County in years will make their cases.

New York’s Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to. .

New York’s Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits. In addition, the book features biographies of other important Court figures, hundreds of illustrations, full case citations, bibliographies, and listings of judges’ progeny. ROSENBLATT was appointed Associate Judge of the Court of Appeals in 1998.

Albert M. Rosenblatt with foreword by Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye, providing a comprehensive, authoritative . Kaye, providing a comprehensive, authoritative guide to 160 years of the important legal legacy of the New York Court of Appeals. The Society has completed four oral histories of New York Court of Appeals Judges, including Judges Richard D. Simons, Bernard S. Meyer, Richard J. Bartlett and Matthew J. Jasen.

Associate Judge on the New York Court of Appeals. 8 Coming to the court directly from private practice, her first years on the bench were devoted to making the transition from the fundamentally different roles of lawyer to judge, advocate to. arbiter. 9 She once joked that or a long time after my appointment to the Court of Appeals I marked every passing week as a triumph of survival- my own as well as the law of the State of New York.

New York's Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits.

Judge at New York Court of Appeals (1999 – 2006). Non-Judicial Positions.

Attended Harvard University and received a Juris Doctor (. Attended University of Pennsylvania and received a Bachelor's (. Judge at New York Court of Appeals (1999 – 2006). Termination Reason: Voluntary Retirement. Includes a variety of positions such as governor, president, clerk, practitioner, public defender, attorneys general, and professor. Professor (2007 – 2007). Legislator (2007 – 2007). Practitioner (1998 – 1998). Opinions Authored by Rosenblatt (706).

New York’s Court of Appeals is the highest court in the state, created in 1847 to articulate statewide principles of law in the context of deciding particular lawsuits. Focusing on broad issues of law rather than individual disputes, the Court now consists of seven judges―one chief judge and six associate judges―appointed by the governor to terms of fourteen years.

Since its creation, the Court of Appeals has often been at the forefront of shaping American law; its judges have been among the nation’s most influential jurists.

And now, this important reference work finally provides a comprehensive, authoritative guide to one hundred and sixty years of this important legal legacy.

Featuring original biographies of 106 chief and associate judges, this unique resource takes the real measure of the Court’s history. The entries range in length from concise portraits to extended discussions of such leading figures at Benjamin Cardozo and Irving Lehman, from its first term under Chief Judge Freeborn G. Jewitt to the current term under Chief Judge Judith S. Kaye.

Designed for lawyers, judges, scholars, and students of the courts and history, these valuable biographies are filled with essential facts, expert analysis, and illuminating interpretation. Each entry features a full personal and professional biography, and concise coverage of landmark cases, key opinions, and a detailed context for understanding the legacy of each jurist. In addition, the book features biographies of other important Court figures, hundreds of illustrations, full case citations, bibliographies, and listings of judges’ progeny.

This first book of its kind fills a major gap in the literature and will be an essential resource not only for the New York legal community but also for scholars, students, and practitioners of the law around the country.