Maybe you too have experienced this frustration. You want to know how many judgments a particular appellate court judge has written. So you turn to your favourite case law search tool and type in the judge’s name, perhaps using the special field designated for that purpose. Unfortunately, the results of your search include all of the cases where that judge was on the panel – not just those cases where the judge actually wrote a judgment. I know there are some articles that gather this kind of statistical data for certain courts at various times, but I was wondering if any Slawyers knew where this information was more readily accessible/searchable. I know there have been some great efforts on Wikipedia in the past, but these now seem out-of-date, and it doesn’t appear that the Supreme Court website, the LexUM judgment database or TheCourt.ca seem to offer this type of service. Any hints or tips?