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Michael J. Hutter

For the past 30 years the New York State Judicial Institute has conducted in the first week of January a four-day training program for newly elected state court judges designed to prepare them for their new position as they take the bench. A veritable “judicial boot camp,” as described by a New York Times reporter (Kilgannon, “Legal Boot Camp for New Judges in New York,” New York Times, Jan. 4, 2018), the program covers a wide range of topics from control of the courtroom and judicial ethics to areas of substantive and procedural law.

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