Citing the financial burden faced by New York judges whose salaries have remained stagnant for more than a decade, Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said last week that he had temporarily relaxed the rules barring judges from outside employment.

The news was announced Wednesday by the chief judge in a webcast to the judiciary. Lippman’s comments followed a more general update on the judiciary’s battle to receive its first pay raise in nearly 12 years.

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