A number or sources contain profiles or biographies of judges that provide basic information like education and employment history. Some of these sources also contain evaluations of judges with attorney comments.
Lexis provides basic litigation analytics such as case per year, types of cases, and time to key events (as shown below). Lexis partner Lex Machina provides more in-depth litigation analytics.
Lex Machina has a wide variety of judicial analytics that students can use to brush up on judges. This image shows just some of the information available.
Bloomberg Law provides litigation analytics for judges. Select Litigation and then Litigation Analytics from the Bloomberg Law homepage. Here's an example of the information found there:
Westlaw provides litigation analytics for judges and attorneys. Scroll to Litigation Analytics under Key Features. Then select Judges from the available options and enter a judge's name in the search bar. Basic biographical information is provided, as well as information about docket analytics, precedent, expert challenges, and appeals. Here's an example: