Judicial Performance Evaluation (JPE)
The Judicial Performance Evaluation Program of the North Carolina Bar Association, or JPE, strives to educate the public about the many qualities that make a person a good judge and assist the electorate in casting more informed ballots in judicial elections.
Lawyers are encouraged to evaluate each Superior or District Court judge who may face election in 2012 and with whom the lawyer has had a level of professional contact that gives an adequate basis for evaluating the judge's performance. Only one survey per respondent per judge will be accepted.
The survey is now quick and easy. Judges are listed by district in one document, with one line per judge. Attorneys will enter a rating in six categories for a judge. Anonymity of the respondents and the confidentiality of the responses are ensured through the services of the accounting firm hired to conduct the survey.
If you have any questions, please contact David Bohm at email@example.com or 919-657-1553.
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