The common citizen won't take the time to file a formal complaint for a judge's misconduct, abuse of power or refusal to follow the law, but parties in a lawsuit would take the time to complete a survey of their experience with the judge and the attorneys in the case. Compiling information in a database would certainly provide a citizen oversight committee with a pattern of abuse and misconduct by both judges and attorneys. This would be a good starting point.
I also agree with NFOJA that we must not continue to allow the judicial oversight and discipline to be solely the responsibility of a peer group. We must eliminate protection of corrupt officials through peer coverup.
Judicial immunity and quasi-judicial immunity must be narrowed. Judges and officers of the Court should not be allowed to break the law by broadening their power under the color of law, and then be out of reach from discipline or accountability.
Lastly, attorneys should not have to be worried about judicial retribution when they agressively advocate for their client's interests. Judicial impartiality should extend to all parties at all times. If not, the client is the loser yet again.