by Honorable Suzette Carlisle Flowers
Missouri Division of Workers’ Compensation
St. Louis, MO



Dear Honorable NAWCJ Member,

My name is Judge Carlisle Flowers, and I am a doctoral candidate in the Judicial Studies Program at the University of Nevada, Reno. I am conducting a survey for my dissertation, so I reached out to you two weeks ago about sharing your opinions. The brief online survey takes approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Your responses will remain completely confidential and reported in group form only, no responses will be tied back to you individually. If you receive a copy of this invitation from another source, take the survey only once. Just click on the link below and share your opinions. Please consider completing the survey and lending insight to the important topic of in-person and remote hearings and mediations, whether or not you conduct them.

At the end of the survey, you will also be invited to participate in an online focus group on a different date, if you so choose. Your survey and focus group responses will help create a quick, easy-to-follow checklist for judges who conduct any court proceedings using technology. We will send a copy of this checklist to you as a thank you for your participation in this study.

If you have questions about the study or would like to know more before you participate, please contact me at the phone number listed at the end of this letter or by replying to this email.

For technical assistance, please call the Nevada Center for Surveys, Evaluations, and Statistics at 1-800-929-9079 (Mon-Fri 9am-9pm; Saturdays and Sundays 9am-5pm).

Thank you for taking time from your judicial duties to improve the administration of justice across our country!

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Thank you for your time and consideration.

Stay safe,
Suzette Carlisle Flowers
Administrative Law Judge