UPDATED PROCEDURES [AS OF 3-17-20]

  1. Please email judiciary@cityhall.nyc.gov to request any new waivers. Review waivers carefully. HOWEVER, please note that, at this time, we are not requiring that you execute these waivers immediately, as notarization is necessary. Please just review and hold until requested by this office.

  2. In addition to mailing the completed and signed Uniform Judicial Questionnaire to our office, it is highly recommended that, at this time, new applicants also email a clear PDF of the completed application and attachments to judiciary@cityhall.nyc.gov.

If you have already submitted an application and would like:

  1. TO UPDATE/ SUPPLEMENT- in addition to mailing all original updates and supplements, it is highly recommended that, at this time, you email a clear PDF of the same materials to judiciary@cityhall.nyc.gov.

  2. TO INQUIRE- please send any inquiries regarding the status of your application via email to judiciary@cityhall.nyc.gov.
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The Mayor's Advisory Committee On The Judiciary

Mayor de Blasio Appoints 2 Ex-Judges to Advisory Committee on the Judiciary

Mayor de Blasio has appointed two new members of the Advisory Committee on the Judiciary. Justice L. Priscilla Hall and Judge Jody Adams both bring extensive experience as judicial officers to the advisory committee.
Read the New York Law Journal article regarding the appointments


Mayor de Blasio Appoints 28 Judges to Family, Criminal and Civil Court

Mayor de Blasio announced the appointment of 28 judges for the New Year, including one appointment and four reappointments to Family Court; six appointments and ten reappointments to Criminal Court; and three appointments and four reappointments to Civil Court. Judges appointed or reappointed to Civil Court sit in either Criminal or Family Court.
Read the press release regarding 28 judges appointed or reappointed to Family, Criminal and Civil Courts


Mayor de Blasio Appoints 46 Judges to Family, Criminal and Civil Court

Mayor de Blasio announced the appointment of 46 judicial appointments for the New Year, including four appointments and two reappointments to Family Court; nine appointments and nineteen reappointments to Criminal Court; and nine appointments and three reappointments to Civil Court. Judges appointed or reappointed to Civil Court sit in either Criminal or Family Court. The appointments were effective January 1, 25, and 28.
Read the press release regarding 46 judges appointed to Family, Criminal and Civil Courts


Mayor de Blasio Appoints Interim Civil Court Judge; Reappoints Three Family Court Judges

Mayor de Blasio announced the appointment of interim Civil Court Judge Deepa Ambekar and the reappointment of three Family Court judges.
Read the press release regarding interim Civil Court Judge


Mayor de Blasio Appoints two Judges to Civil Court

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointments of two judges to the interim Civil Court.
Read the press release regarding two judges appointed to Civil Court


Mayor de Blasio Appoints Eight Judges to Family and Civil Court

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointments of two judges to Family Court and of six judges to the interim Civil Court.
Read the press release regarding eight judges appointed to Family and Civil Court


Mayor de Blasio Appoints 26 Judges to Family, Criminal and Civil Court

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointments and re-appointments of five judges to Family Court, eighteen to Criminal Court, and three to Civil Court.
Read the press release regarding 26 judges appointed to Family, Criminal and Civil Court