|Slogan||An interactive encyclopedia of courts and judges.|
|Type of site||Wiki|
|Registration||Required for editing|
|Owner||The Lucy Burns Institute|
|Launched||October 1, 2007|
|Alexa rank||202,269 (December 2013[update])|
Judgepedia is a wiki-style website described as an "interactive encyclopedia of courts and judges". The Cleveland Law Library and Hawaii Votes include Judgepedia as a resource when looking for legal and judicial information.  Judgepedia and its sister site Ballotpedia are both sponsored by the Lucy Burns Institute, a nonprofit organization based in Madison, Wisconsin.
Judgepedia is designed to provide collaboration between staff members and users through content. The wiki covers the following topics:
- Judicial elections
- Supreme Courts and justices
- Intermediate appellate court and judges
- Trial courts across the nation
- Judicial selection by state
- State disciplinary agencies
- Federal courts and judges
- Presidential judicial appointments
- Vacancies on the federal courts
Judgepedia was founded by the Sam Adams Alliance in 2007, along with Ballotpedia and Sunshine Review. In 2009 sponsorship of Judgepedia was transferred to the Lucy Burns Institute, a 501(c)(3) non-profit. 
Work on Judgepedia started in 2007 with creating pages for all of the federal courts and judges in the United States. Once that project was complete, the focus shifted to state courts and judges, which includes in depth coverage of judicial elections since 2010.
In the spring of 2008, Judgepedia changed its settings to require registration prior to editing the wiki.
- "Judgepedia.org Site Info". Alexa Internet. Retrieved 2013-12-01.
- Cleveland Law Library, retrieved 6/13/13
- Hawaii Votes, retrieved 6/13/13
- Lucy Burns Institute 2011 990
- Delaware Online "Web site examines state, federal judges, court systems", November 26, 2010
- Judgepedia:Judicial elections, 2010
- Judgepedia:About:Anyone may contribute
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