N.Y. Judiciary Law Section 217
Judicial associations

  • functions

There shall be a judicial association for each of the courts of the unified court system. The members of each association shall be the justices of the supreme court, the judges of the court of claims, the county court, the surrogate’s court, the family court, the district court, the civil court of the city of New York, the criminal court of the city of New York, the city courts outside the city of New York, or the justices of the town and village courts, as the case may be. Each association shall hold at least one annual meeting, at which its members shall elect officers, confer on matters of mutual interest and conduct such other business relating to the performance of their judicial functions as they deem appropriate. Each judicial association shall designate one of its members to consult with the chief judge and the chief administrator with respect to the impact of administrative policies on the functioning of the courts and related agencies of the unified court system.

Source: Section 217 — Judicial associations; functions, https://www.­nysenate.­gov/legislation/laws/JUD/217 (updated Sep. 22, 2014; accessed Nov. 25, 2023).

Nov. 25, 2023

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Sep. 22, 2014

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