Public trust in courts is achieved through understanding and maintaining transparency and accountability. Judicial performance review systems provide information to the public and feedback to judges. Drawing on the experiences of the Arizona and Minnesota state courts, this session addresses the purpose, benefits, and administration of judicial performance evaluation systems.
Marcus W. Reinkensmeyer, Director of Court Services, Administrative Office of the Courts, Arizona Supreme Court, Phoenix, AZ
Kent Batty, Court Administrator (retired), Pima County Superior Court, Tucson, AZ
Marcy Podkopacz, Director of Research and Business Practices Divisions, Fourth Judicial District Court of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN