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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Proctoring a Certification Exam: Opinion 13-147

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics  Proctoring a Certification Exam Opinion 13-147 Background: The inquiring judge asked whether he may serve as an uncompensated proctor for a friend who plans to take a certification exam in the field of engineering. Opinion: ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Disqualification: Opinion 13-186

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Disqualification Attorney Relationships Opinion 13-186 Background: The inquiring judge asked about his disclosure and disqualification obligations when an attorney, whose child practices law in association with his child, appears before him. Opinion: The committee ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Not-for-profit Contributions: Opinion 13-185

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Not-for-profit Contributions Fundraising Dinner Opinion 13-185 Background: The inquiring judge asked whether he may purchase tickets and attend a fundraising dinner for an organization which supports victims of child abuse and helps prepare them ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Court Appointed Fiduciary: Opinion 13-164

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Court Appointed Fiduciary Newly Elected Judge Opinion 13-164 Background: A newly elected full-time judge previously practiced law as a court-appointed fiduciary in two matters and cannot complete the matters before assuming the bench. Opinion: ...

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NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics — Court Appointed Fiduciary: Opinion 13-164

NYS Advisory Committee on Judicial Ethics Court Appointed Fiduciary Newly Elected Judge Opinion 13-164 Background: A newly elected full-time judge previously practiced law as a court-appointed fiduciary in two matters and cannot complete the matters before assuming the bench. Opinion: ...

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