IS THE ROBING ROOM A GOOD IDEA? . . . The Robing Room is a website that allows federal judges to be rated anonymously by lawyers or litigants--or anyone pretending to be lawyers or litigants, I suppose, since it's unclear whether the editors of the site actually verify that people rating judges are who they claim to be.
I'm not planning to spend much time there myself, unless I'm in the mood for fiction, fantasy, or gossip. Although the editors reserve the right on their FAQ page to delete comments and ratings which they "believe are. . . not submitted in good faith," they don't explain how they're going to make that determination. It wouldn't be too hard to hide your bad faith in a system that relies on numerical scoring.
Link from Between Lawyers.