Vol. 73 Nbr. 3, March 2010
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- New York appeals: a new tradition.
- A tribute to presiding Justice Anthony V. Cardona: a great jurist and dynamic leader of the Appellate Division, Third Department.
- A tribute to presiding Justice Anthony V. Cardona: the core values of courtesy and respect displayed in jurisprudence and court administration.
- A tribute to presiding Justice Anthony V. Cardona: vision and resolve.
- A tribute to presiding justice Anthony V. Cardona: a jurist who has always sought to "do the right thing" in the law and in life.
- Skelos v. Paterson: the surprisingly strong case for the governor's surprising power to appoint a lieutenant governor.
- The Court of Appeals's decision in Godfrey v. Spano: a troubling exercise of indecision.
- Line in the sand: progressive lawyering, "master communities," and a battle for affordable housing in New York City.
- If the system is not working let's fix it: why seven judges are better than one for deciding criminal leave applications at the Court of Appeals.
- A nullity or not? The status of a default judgment entered absent compliance with CPLR 3215(f).
- Dependent upon the kindness of strangers: the circumstances in which a non-appellant may be awarded affirmative relief in the New York Courts.
- CPLR 3126 conditional orders requiring disclosure "can't get no respect".
- Toward the Lippman Court: flux and transition at New York's Court of Appeals.
- Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman: a new era.
- Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick: a glimpse into the senior associate judge's judicial philosophy through her dissents.
- Judge Victoria A. Graffeo: committed, conservative, collegial.
- How to win the Read vote: a profile of the statutory interpretation method of associate judge Susan P. Read from a practical viewpoint.
- The independent jurist: an analysis of judge Robert S. Smith's dissenting opinions.
- The pert perpender: associate Judge Eugene F. Pigott, Jr.'s journey from Buffalo to Rochester and Albany.
- Theodore T. Jones, the defendant's champion: reviewing a sample of Judge Jones's criminal jurisprudence.
- The Albany nine: recognizing Albany Law School's Alumni Justices of the Third Department.