Selecting and Evaluating Alaska's Judges: 1984 - 2007
Group: Alaska Judicial Council
This report identifies the factors most closely associated with applicants for judicial positions, nominees, and appointees. The report documents the substantial changes that have occurred in the characteristics of the bar and applicants in the years between 1984 and 2007, and notes changes in the numbers of vacancies and applications during that period. This report will better inform the public, bar members, prospective applicants, and the judiciary about the Council’s practices, the performance of Alaska’s judges, and the applicant qualifications associated with nomination by the Council and appointment by the governor. The report also provides information to the Judicial Council about its own performance and promotes the Council’s ability to fulfill its constitutional and statutory responsibilities in the best way possible.
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