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Erudite yet unassuming, Antonio Galvao began his legal career in 1992 as a central staff attorney at the New York Court of Appeals. Tony, as he’s known, went on to serve as a principal law clerk to then Court of Appeals Associate Judge Carmen Beauchamp Ciparick before joining the Office of Court Administration in 1996 as an assistant deputy counsel to the Chief Administrative Judge. He was later promoted to chief of staff, subsequently serving as special counsel to the Chief Administrative Judge and counsel to the Chief Judge. Among his current duties, Tony represents the Judiciary in litigation, drafts court rules and legislation, participates in statewide policy and provides legal support to the Administrative Board of the Courts, which is made up of the Chief Judge and four Presiding Justices.

Madd matters around art and design dissertations

madd matters around art and design dissertations

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