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The Historical Society of the New York Courts Podcast series shines a light on New York’s legal history through the perspective of the State’s courts.

        

 

Episode #10: Doing More with Four — Exploring the History and Reasoning Behind Appellate Panel Composition in the NY Courts

Episode #10: Doing More with Four — Exploring the History and Reasoning Behind Appellate Panel Composition in the NY Courts

This episode was recorded on August 26, 2020 and features a discussion on appellate panel composition in the NY courts, ...
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Episode #9: Bringing Civics and Legal Education to Students and Teachers through the Society's Grants

Episode #9: Bringing Civics and Legal Education to Students and Teachers through the Society’s Grants

This episode was recorded on June 29, 2020 and features two of the Society’s education partners discussing the importance of ...
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Episode #8 – Chancellor James Kent: His Impact on Judging and the Beginnings of “American Law”

Episode #8 – Chancellor James Kent: His Impact on Judging and the Beginnings of “American Law”

This episode was recorded on June 29, 2020 and features an interesting discussion about Chancellor James Kent with a retired ...
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Episode #7: The Judith S. Kaye Teaching Fellowship at Bard High School Early College

Episode #7: The Judith S. Kaye Teaching Fellowship at Bard High School Early College

This episode was recorded on May 28, 2020 and features an interesting discussion about the Society's Judith S. Kaye Teaching ...
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