Selecting and Evaluating Alaska's Judges: 1984 - 2012
Group: Alaska Judicial Council
This report analyzes the characteristics of judicial applicants and the factors most closely associated with their nomination and appointment to the bench. It also examines the relationships between these characteristics and the performance of judges. The report tracks important changes in the characteristics of the Alaska Bar membership and documents the substantial increase in the numbers of judicial vacancies and judicial applicants. Potential applicants may use the report to identify career paths that could support their desire to serve the state as a judge. The report answers frequently asked questions about the Council’s process. It helps the Council and others assess the Council’s performance by providing information about the consistency and effectiveness with which the Council has applied its criteria for evaluating applicants’ qualifications.
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