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Appellate Division, Second Department courthouse in Brooklyn Appellate Division, Second Department courthouse in Brooklyn. Photo: Rick Kopstein

The Appellate Division, Second Department, like other sister departments, does not generally hear oral arguments over the summer. Our court does not sit in monthly terms; rather, we sit in one continuous term from January to December. July and August are utilized to work on and resolve previously calendared cases–these are typically complex matters on which there may be division among the panel–and to gear up for the court year ahead. With the coming and passing of Labor Day, and with the resumption of regular bench sittings, this seems an appropriate time to take stock of what we have achieved in the past year and to provide an update and report to the bar at large on our efforts to address our calendar challenges.

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