June 26, 2019

Attorneys to Be Surveyed About Colorado Bankruptcy Court Judges

The Bankruptcy Judges of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Colorado have asked the Federal Judicial Center (FJC) to survey attorneys who have practiced in the district to assess the performance of each of the Bankruptcy Judges. The surveys are a part of the court’s ongoing commitment to provide the highest level of public service possible. The FJC is the research and education organization for the federal courts.

The start-date of the surveys will be staggered over the next eleven weeks. Click here to view the schedule for each judge.

On the start date for each survey, the FJC will send an email to attorneys who have practiced before the particular Bankruptcy Judge. The email will explain how to access and complete an online questionnaire.

The FJC will compile and analyze the survey responses and will provide each judge a report, including a statistical summary and a compilation of the comments that are received. No identifying information about survey respondents will be given to the judges. The results are exclusively for the judge’s use in improving his or her performance; they will not be provided to anyone other than the judge and will not be used in the reappointment process.

If you do not receive an email from the FJC and want to participate, please contact Ms. Beth Wiggins of the FJC at (410) 308-3751 or (202) 502-4076 or by email at fjc_survey@fjc.gov.

Click here for more information about the survey process.

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