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Judicial Performance Survey Notice - Judge Eileen W. Hollowell

United States Bankruptcy Court
for the District of Arizona
Judicial Performance Survey

Judge Eileen W. Hollowell of the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Arizona has asked the Federal Judicial Center (FJC) to survey members of the Bar to assess the judge’s level of performance. The survey is part of Judge Hollowell’s on-going commitment to provide the highest level of public service possible. The FJC is the research and education organization for the federal courts and is located in Washington, D.C.

During the week of March 3, the FJC will send an email or letter to each attorney who has practiced before Judge Hollowell in the past three years. The emails and letters will explain how to access and complete an online questionnaire.

Research staff at the FJC will compile and analyze completed questionnaires, and will provide Judge Hollowell a summary of the responses and a compilation of the comments that are received. They will not provide the judge with the identity of people who responded, if that information becomes known to them. The results are exclusively for Judge Hollowell's use in improving her performance; they will not be provided to anyone other than the judge and they will not be used in the reappointment process.
If you do not receive an email or letter from the FJC and want to participate, please contact Ms. Beth Wiggins of the FJC by phone at 410-308-3751 or 202-502-4076 or by email at

If you have questions about the survey or encounter any technical difficulties, please also contact Ms. Wiggins. If you would prefer to complete a paper version of the questionnaire, she can provide you with a copy and instructions for returning it to the FJC.