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Judge Jonathan Lippman, former NYS Chief Judge and of counsel at Latham & Watkins, has been named the new president of the Historical Society of the New York Courts. He succeeds Judge Albert Rosenblatt, who is stepping down as president after 16 years. The announcement was made during the annual meeting of the society’s board of trustees where Stephen Younger, partner at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler, was elected as chair, replacing Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick, former NYS Court of Appeals Associate Judge and of counsel at Greenberg Traurig. The society was founded by Rosenblatt and then NYS Chief Judge Judith Kaye to preserve and promote the legal history of New York through educational outreach programs. “When it comes to the heart and soul of the Society, nobody represents that better than Judge Kaye and Judge Rosenblatt,” said Lippman. “Steve and I will do our best to follow in their footsteps.”

Patricia Kane

Patricia Kane is the Courts Editor for the New York Law Journal.

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