Use your information rights knowledge to become a part-time tribunal member

"Being on the Information Rights Tribunal gives me the opportunity to get immersed in a wide range of fascinating cases. I enjoy working on a panel with a qualified legal member and another lay member, discussing cases and coming to a decision. It's an intellectually stimulating, challenging and enjoyable role." Melanie Howard is a lay member of the First-tier Information Rights Tribunal. Fee-paid Information Rights Member of the Upper Tribunal launches 15 August

2 open vacancies

Apply now: Fee-paid Deputy Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber

"I applied to sit as a Deputy Upper Tribunal Judge as I was keen to take on the challenge of a demanding role within the Immigration and Asylum Chamber. This role enables me to really make an impact on our judicial system and evolving jurisprudence. I can highly recommend my journey to others based on the work and the terrific people within the judiciary."  Parminder Saini is a Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber and also sits as a Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, Tax Chamber. Find out more and apply. Closes 13:00 on 23 July

19 selections in progress

Help the JAC select judges

Help the Judicial Appointments Commission select judges for courts and tribunals. The JAC is looking for panel members to help ensure the highest standard of candidates are recommended for judicial roles in courts and tribunals.

Information about how to apply

5 forthcoming vacancies

Regional Employment Judge

Launch date:  26 September, 2019 - 13:00

Location:  London Central (1 position), London South (1 position) South East (1 position), North West (1 position).

Salary:  £140,289, salary group 6.1

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