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Make your circuit court judges your own by ensuring Judgepedia has complete information on the history and biographies of members of the circuit court in your home state. It's easy:
- sign up
- put up a short bio of yourself on your User page (see Sara Key for an example)
- go to the page you want edit or write, start working
- you can add the page to your Watchlist 
If you have questions, email Associate Editor Katy Farrell at (kfarrell at judgepedia.org), and become part of the brains behind this encyclopedia. This is a work in progress, so thought and attention will make this a supremely useful site.
It is important to remember is that this site is not intended to be partisan. Though we hope to include articles on every aspect--and member-- of the American judiciary, we recognize that this effort will only work if we can maintain objectivity. Entries should not be written and edited to convince a citizen to object to or support a standing judge. They should be written to explain the judicial process, and the how and why of judicial rulings.
You may or may not think that more citizen control is a good thing. But that is our focus, so we expect most participants to approve. Everyone involved will disagree with others on some issues. That's to be expected. One participant wants strict reporting requirements on every element of a case; another will regard this as an abridgment of free speech rights. But these disagreements shouldn't matter for the purposes of this online resource. We can all agree that understanding the ins and outs, and the importance of, the judicial branch is the primary objective. We can all agree to disagree about many things, but not about the need to put objective information first, and rhetoric . . . elsewhere.
Thank you for considering joining our efforts!
- ↑ Click "watch this page" right above the "Save" button and next to the "This is a minor edit" check button.