New York Judge Quits Due To Lack Of Competitive Salary

Supreme Court Justice Robert F. Julian of Oneida County New York plans to quit after not receiving a raise in seven years. Justice Julian, who earns $136,700 a year, stated that “I am unwilling to further deplete my savings and reduce my lifestyle to continue in office.” Perhaps he could upgrade to a first-year associate at a New York firm? If so, would he be eligible for the same clerkship bonus his judicial clerk would earn?

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