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The New York state judicial institute
Judiciary (JUD) CHAPTER 30, ARTICLE 7-A
§ 219-a. The New York state judicial institute. 1. There shall be
established a New York state judicial institute (hereinafter referred to
in this section as the "institute"). This institute shall serve as a
continuing statewide center for the provision of education, training and
research facilities for all judges and justices of the unified court

2. The chief administrator of the courts may enter into an agreement
jointly with the dormitory authority and with any other person, firm,
association, corporation or agency pursuant to which facilities for such
institute shall be constructed or otherwise provided and thereafter
maintained. The maximum amount of bonds that may be issued for such
institute is sixteen million one hundred five thousand dollars,
exclusive of bonds issued to fund any reserve fund or funds, pay costs
of issuance and refund bonds. Expenses of the unified court system in
relation to this agreement shall be paid out of funds appropriated from
the court facilities incentive aid fund to the judiciary for that

3. Except as otherwise provided in the agreement specified in
subdivision two of this section, the institute shall be deemed a
court-related agency of the unified court system and shall be operated
by nonjudicial employees thereof.