The role of the Judicial Evaluation Review Panel is to assist the Chief Justice with evaluations. The panel consists of former judges, members of the public knowledgeable in the law, and retired practitioners. The panel is separated into three groups, each consisting of one former judge, one non-practicing attorney, and one member of the public. The three groups are responsible for working with judges from the Appellate, Circuit, Family, and District Courts, meeting with recently evaluated justices and judges to discuss the judges' performance, and providing guidance and counsel to the judges.
The following persons are the members of the Judicial Evaluation Review Panel: