The Judicial Review Survey was developed by the Kansas Judicial Evaluation Committee, a coalition of practicing Kansas attorneys, Kansas law professors, Kansas court professionals, and representatives from civic groups dedicated to preserving the impartiality of Kansas courts and the promotion of an informed citizenry.

“Better-informed citizens tend to have more confidence in their state courts, are more likely to see judges’ decisions as fair, and more highly value an independent judiciary.” —National Center for State Courts survey

The judicial evaluations are based on surveys completed by attorneys who have practiced before the appellate justices and judges, law professors and other legal experts who review those courts’ decisions professionally.

To see the results from the Kansas Judicial Evaluation Committee, click HERE.

For the Tenth Judicial District – Johnson County District Court – 2016 Judicial Evaluation Results, click HERE.