The Inspection Directorate of Bahrain’s Supreme Judicial Council manages the Kingdom’s judicial performance evaluation system. Senior judges serve as evaluators, assessing both case-management skills and the quality of judgments. Performance measures are both quantitative and qualitative. They look at the number of cases cleared in a given period, the average duration of court proceedings (accounting for complexity and necessary adjournments), the accuracy of legal reasoning, and clarity of writing. Legal errors are noted in the evaluation report, as are any complaints made by litigants (or others) against the judge.