The dielectric characterization of a thermotropic liquid crystalline copolyesteramide was extended. The influence of orientation and crystallization was studied. An effect of the draw ratio on the dielectric properties in the transverse direction was hardly found. However, the orientation of the sample in the electric field (parallel or perpendicular) showed a significant effect. The birefringence predicted from the dielectric data at high frequencies agrees well with the optical value. Annealing of extruded and compression-molded samples resulted in an increase of the ct relaxation peak.