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Rochester City Court Judge Leticia Astacio is appealing her disbarment to the Court of Appeals.
Experts aren't fond of the idea: two co-managing partners or a committee of equals running a law firm. But the leaders of some of New York's midsize firms swear by it.
Supervising Judge for the New York City Housing Courts Jean Schneider called Rodriguez "the finest of men and a terrific judge." She said he was loved by all.
Roger Juan Maldonado, who takes over as the new president of the New York City Bar Association at its annual meeting Tuesday, is a partner at Smith, Gambrell & Russell.
Lawrence Randolph Bailey Jr., the first African-American attorney to become an equity partner at Eckert Seamans Cherin & Mellott, died May 2 in Westchester at the age of 68.
"It has a more modern look and blends historic and modern graphics," said Lucian Chalfen, director of public information for the state courts.
The driver of the getaway vehicle in the 1981 Brinks robbery that resulted in the deaths of three people, including two Nyack police officers, is entitled
Seventy percent of the graduates of New York law schools who took the bar examination for the first time in February passed, the state Board of Law Examiners announced today.