The Wisconsin Supreme Court invites you to help identify the critical issues within Wisconsin’s court system. The deadline to complete survey the survey is July 20, 2021.
July 7, 2021 – The pandemic has been challenging for everyone, but how are things going to look in Wisconsin’s courtrooms moving forward?
Have you pivoted to Zoom for court proceedings during the pandemic? You’ve worked within the system – here’s your chance to be heard.
Take 10 minutes to let the Wisconsin Supreme Court’s Planning and Policy Advisory Committee (PPAC) know what you think about critical issues within the court system, and about the court system’s response to the pandemic, in the critical issues survey.
Every two years, PPAC identifies key matters that affect the Wisconsin court system through the Critical Issues Survey.
Responses will be used to set priorities and suggest specific actions that the court system might take. Survey results will be included in a Critical Issues Report presented to the Supreme Court and the Director of State Courts.
10 Minutes to be Heard – Deadline is July 20
Your responses to the 2022-2023 Critical Issues Survey help define the key issues for PPAC and the court system to focus on over the next two years.
The survey takes 10-15 minutes, and must be completed online in one sitting. The survey closes July 20. Take the survey now.
Find out about past Critical Issues Reports on the PPAC webpage. Questions? Contact Ann Olson, Office of Court Operations, via email or by calling (608) 266-3121.