On May 6, 2021, Chief Justice Canady established and charged the District Court of Appeal Workload and Jurisdiction Assessment Committee (AOSC21-13) with evaluating the necessity for increasing, decreasing, or redefining the appellate districts. As specified in Rule 2.241, Florida Rules of General Practice and Judicial Administration, the Committee’s recommendation will be based on five criteria (Effectiveness, Efficiency, Access to Appellate Review, Professionalism, and Public Trust and Confidence). The rule requires the Committee to confer with the chief judges and other representatives of appellate districts and judicial circuits, trial and appellate court budget commissions, The Florida Bar, and the public to gather information related to its charges. The purpose of the brief survey (link below) is to obtain input pertaining to the five criteria. If you would like to provide input for multiple district courts of appeal, please complete a separate survey for each. A package containing statistical information is available for reference. All responses are anonymous; they will be compiled together and analyzed as a group. However, survey responses are public record. Responses must be received no later than June 30, 2021. Your feedback is very important to the work of the Committee. Thank you in advance for your valuable participation.