November 29, 2016 / 12:06 PM / in a year

Q&A: Ex-chief New York judge on practicing law across state, national borders

Jonathan Lippman retired in December 2015 as chief judge of New York after seven years at the helm of the state’s court system. In January, he joined international law firm Latham & Watkins, where he is of counsel in the litigation and trial department.

As chief judge, he was behind New York’s adoption of the Uniform Bar Exam, which makes it easier to practice in other jurisdictions. The exam was first administered in New York this year.

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