When then Governor Mario Cuomo appointed Judge Judith Kaye to the New York State Court of Appeals in 1983 she was the first woman to serve on the state's highest court. Now 25 years later she has served longer than any other chief judge in New York history. On the eve of her retirement, Judge Judith Kaye, Chief Judge of the State of New York, joins us to reflect on her time on the bench.
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