New York Codes, Rules and Regulations
Title 22 - JUDICIARY
Subtitle C - Ancillary Agencies
Chapter V - State Commission On Judicial Conduct
Part 7000 - Operating Procedures And Rules
Section 7000.13 - Designation of clerk of the commission

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 12, March 20, 2024

The commission shall designate a clerk of the commission who shall be a member of the bar of the State of New York. The clerk shall not participate in the investigation or in an adversarial capacity in any matter before the commission. The clerk shall assist the commission in all matters concerning its consideration of formal charges. The clerk shall serve as the commission's liaison to referees appointed pursuant to section 43 of the Judiciary Law; shall correspond on behalf of the commission with attorneys with matters before the commission, including the administrator; shall schedule oral arguments and other matters before the commission; shall assist the commission in the preparation of determinations and orders and shall transmit the record of matters to the Court of Appeals, pursuant to section 44, subdivision 7, of the Judiciary Law. The clerk shall advise complainants of the commission's disposition of complaints, pursuant to section 44, subdivisions 1 and 6, of the Judiciary Law. The clerk shall perform such additional duties as may be assigned by the commission. The clerk shall serve at the pleasure of the commission and the terms and conditions of employment shall be established by the commission.

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