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New York Law Journal, January 20, 2012

NYCLA Is Latest Bar Organization to Express Concern About Cutbacks

For the third time in little more than one week, a major New York bar association is reporting that $170 million in cuts has taken a heavy toll on the state’s courts. The report by a task force of the New York County Lawyers’ Association released on Jan. 19 came to many of the same conclusions as the other recent studies on the court system following the 2011 cutbacks. NYCLA, the New York City Bar (NYLJ, Jan. 10) and the New York State Bar Association (NYLJ, Jan. 19) all have found that the cutbacks have significantly compromised court operations. 

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