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The New York City Bar Association strongly recommends that the Legislature adopt the Judiciary’s 2014-2015 Budget Request in its entirety. < Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association has released its Legislative Program for 2013, a compilation of New York State legislative issues that have been addressed by many of its committees.< Continue reading

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We applaud Governor Cuomo for supporting the Judiciary Budget.< Continue reading

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The City Bar applauds Chief Judge Lippman and Chief Administrative Judge Prudenti for increasing civil legal services funding by $15 million in the 2013-14 Judiciary Budget released today.< Continue reading

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The New York City Bar Association today urged adoption of the Judiciary’s 2012-2013 Budget Request in its entirety, calling it a “reasonable, practical document, responsive to the state’s current fiscal pressures, which addresses the need to provide meaningful access to the courts and to ameliorate some of the harmful effects of last year’s budget cuts.” < Continue reading

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The 2012-13 Judiciary Budget is a reasonable, practical document, responsive to the State’s current fiscal pressures while addressing the need to provide meaningful access to the courts and to ameliorate some of the harmful effects of last year’s budget cuts. < Continue reading

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Today New York City Bar Association President Samuel W. Seymour issued the following statement in support of the 2011-12 Judiciary budget:< Continue reading

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