Ten Days Until Summer in the Appellate Division

According to the solar calendar, summer formally begins on June 21.  But the Appellate Division begins its summer schedule on June 18, as reflected in the summer Part schedule published here.  The summer is divided into six two-week “Sessions.”  Sessions 1 and 2, which begin on June 18 and July 1, respectively, will feature three two-judge Parts each, while each of the remaining sessions, the last of which ends on September 9, will see two Parts each.

There is only one three-judge Part, which is Part Q, Session 4, composed of Judges Sabatino, Mayer, and Mawla.  But “[a] third judge will be available for each part as needed.”  As in the past, no judge has summer Part duty for more than one session.

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