Look Back on 20 Years of Judicial Notice
2022 was our 20th anniversary, and to commemorate this important milestone, Editor in Chief Hon. Helen E. Freedman and Style Editor David L. Goodwin revisited the journal’s 17 issues to highlight common themes and individual articles. Read now!
Second Edition of “Duely & Constantly Kept” Online Now
This comprehensive update on the original publication about this history of the NY Supreme Court produced by New York State Archives draws from the acquisition of records that we helped transfer. It highlights new insights into cases, provides an inventory of records, and is vital for court historians. Read Now!
Look Back on Court of Appeals Bench Portraits
In honor of the Court of Appeals 175th anniversary in 2022, we worked with the Court to make available nearly 50 bench portraits, dating back to the 1800s, along with these two special photos of the Court in session. In 2002, the Court recreated the 1922 photo of the judges conferencing. See how times have changed!
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Executive Director Marilyn Marcus Featured on Amici Podcast
On March 23, 2023, in celebration of Women’s History Month, Society Executive Director Marilyn Marcus was featured on the court system’s Amici Podcast to … More Executive Director Marilyn Marcus Featured on Amici Podcast »
Understanding the Work of the NY Federal State & Tribal Courts & Indian Nations Justice Forum with Justice Mark A. Montour
Recently appointed Appellate Division Justice Mark Montour discusses his pioneering role as the first Native American jurist in NYS as well as the work … More Understanding the Work of the NY Federal State & Tribal Courts & Indian Nations Justice Forum with Justice Mark A. Montour »
What is the Significance of Judge Judith S. Kaye’s Red Shoes?
Click here to watch Judge Judith S. Kaye’s entire oral history.