Judicial Evaluation Survey

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Judicial Evaluation Survey

Each year, the D.C. Bar Judicial Evaluation Committee invites Bar members who have appeared before certain selected judges who serve on the D.C. Court of Appeals and the D.C. Superior Court to provide their feedback in an anonymous survey.

The survey is administered by an independent research organization to ensure confidentiality.  The results are presented to the Chief Judges, the individual judges evaluated, and the D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure.

The survey results provide the courts and the D.C. Commission on Judicial Disabilities and Tenure with valuable feedback on the performance of members of the judiciary. The survey results also help to further the Bar’s commitment to the administration of justice.

2021-2022 Judicial Evaluations

The survey will be available Tuesday, November 9, 2021, through 5 PM ET on Friday, January 14, 2022.

Attorneys who had a case pending before one or more of the judges below during the 24-month evaluation period will be eligible to participate. Research USA, an independent research organization administering the survey, will send an email with the survey link to all eligible attorneys.

If you do not receive an email by Friday, November 12, and are eligible to participate, please request a survey link directly from Research USA at [email protected].

The following judges are being evaluated this year:

District of Columbia Court of Appeals

Corrine A. Beckwith
Joshua Deahl
Catharine F. Easterly
John R. Fisher

Superior Court of the District of Columbia

Judith Bartnoff
Rainey R. Brandt
James A. Crowell, IV
Danya A. Dayson
Jennifer A. Di Toro
Anthony C. Epstein
Henry F. Greene
Andrea L. Hertzfeld
Alfred S. Irving, Jr.
Deborah J. Israel
Peter A. Krauthamer
Shana Frost Matini
John F. McCabe, Jr.
Carmen G. McLean
William W. Nooter
Jason Park
Heidi M. Pasichow
Michael L. Rankin
Robert A. Salerno
Darlene M. Soltys
Frederick H. Weisberg
Steven M. Wellner
Yvonne M. Williams

Watch a one-minute video for an overview of the D.C. Judicial Evaluation Survey process – and why participation is so important.

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