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An Afternoon with Judge Judy

By Jason Rindenau

Judge Judith Sheindlin (’65) spoke before a packed house at New York Law School, where she discussed her strong family background and personal sense of justice that has led her from New York Family Court to her own smash-hit of a “syndi-court” show, Judge Judy. Arguably New York Law School’s most famous alum (Sorry, Zygi), Judge Judy Sheindlin is a force to be reckoned with.

Born in Brooklyn in 1942, she has never shied away from keeping her personality and, and “moral compass” from impacting her interpretation of the law. Over the course of the ninety- minute event, A Conversation with Judge Judy ’65 exposed those fortunate enough to have a seat in the Events Center to the evolution of her career as an attorney, family court judge, and television personality. From the moment she assumed the podium, it was clear that what you see is what you get with Judge Judy Sheindlin. (more…)

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