Missouri Bar members in the Missouri Court of Appeals-Western District interested in serving on the Judicial Performance Review Committee have until April 27, 2022, to apply. 

The Judicial Performance Review Committee consists of 21 members who evaluate the performances of appellate and trial judges appointed under the constitutional nonpartisan selection process using judicial performance review standards, known as the Missouri Nonpartisan Court Plan. The committee was established in pursuant to Supreme Court of Missouri Rules 10.50 through 10.55. Each member serves a six-year term, with a limit of two terms. 

The Court of Appeals-Western District includes the following counties: Adair; Andrew; Atchison; Bates; Benton; Boone; Buchanan; Caldwell; Callaway; Carroll; Cass; Chariton; Clay; Clinton; Cole; Cooper; Daviess; DeKalb; Gentry; Grundy,; Harrison; Henry; Holt; Howard; Jackson; Johnson; Lafayette; Linn; Livingston; Macon; Mercer; Miller; Moniteau; Morgan; Nodaway; Pettis; Platte; Putnam; Randolph; Ray; Saline; Schuyler; Sullivan; Vernon; and Worth. 

Those interested can apply by completing the online application form, providing a statement of interest, and submitting biographical information (CV or resume) by 5 p.m. April 27.  

Email appointments@mobar.org with questions regarding the appointment or process. 

Click here to learn more about appointment vacancies on Missouri Bar boards and commissions.