Judicial Survey

Judicial Survey

Palm Beach Bar Association Judicial Survey.


Every two years, since 1964, the Palm Beach County Bar Association has conducted a judicial evaluation of the Palm Beach County judges. The evaluation is designed with two (2) primary goals: first, to assist the judiciary, in a positive way, to improve the quality of justice and the administration of our courts; and second, to provide the public with information regarding those who hold judicial office. Attorneys who fit specific criteria were asked to evaluate judges that they had recently appeared in front of.  

The public has a vital interest in retaining on the bench judges of the highest possible qualifications. Links to the results of the evaluations performed by the Palm Beach Bar Association can be found below:

2013 Results2011 Results2009 Results, 2007 Results2005 Results2002 Results2000 Results

IL's Access to Justice Project Judicial Survey


It is the philosophy of the Ice Legal's Access to Justice Project that this vital feedback on the performance of judges should not be limited to attorneys.  The general public who must vote for these judges also appear before them, either as parties (represented or unrepresented), as jurors, or simply as observers.  Accordingly, the Access to Justice Project provides here a similar survey for the general public to rate their judges' performance.  Once a sufficient number of people have responded to the survey, the results will be posted here for the general public to evaluate at election time.

To take the survey, click here.



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