Chief Judge Jonathan Lippman said Friday he is preparing proposals to change the state’s multi-jurisdictional attorney discipline system and reform disclosure rules for grand juries to make their work more transparent.

Lippman declined to give details of his proposals in an interview after his speech, but said they would be forthcoming during his State of the Judiciary address in Albany on Feb. 17.

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