The Lord Chancellor today announced the appointment of Mrs Justice Sarah Falk as a Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission, following selection by the Judges' Council.
The Judicial Appointments Commission is recruiting for 2 fee-paid roles: Appointed Person, Appeal Tribunal, Trade Marks; and Appointed Person, Appeal Tribunal, Registered and Unregistered Design.
On 2 October, applications will open for:
Applications have opened for legally qualified Chairs for Police Misconduct Panels across England and Wales in some areas and will shortly open in others.
The Lord Chancellor today announced the appointment by Her Majesty the Queen of Sue Hoyle as a new lay Commissioner
The JAC is looking for panel members to help ensure the highest standard of candidates are recommended for judicial roles in courts and tribunals.
The Lord Chancellor has laid before Parliament the JAC’s annual report and accounts 2018–19.
The JAC has published a revised approach to equal merit. The approach has been extended to also cover the shortlisting stages of every selection exercise
The FCO invites applications to be the UK candidate for Judge of
It has been announced that Professor Noel Lloyd CBE, a Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission, sadly died on Friday 7 June 2019.
The JAC has published official statistics on judicial selection and recommendations for appointment, 1 April 2018 to 31 March 2019.
If you’re a RICS Member or Fellow, there are some great opportunities to become a part time judge.
The JAC has today published the results of an external, independent review of the JAC’s shortlisting tools by the
Lawyers from under-represented groups will be better supported to become judges following the launch of a new
If you are recently retired or currently in the Armed Forces there’s a great opportunity to use your knowledge and skills as a Service Member.
The JAC has published its business plan for 2019–20.
How being a surveyor gives you the opportunity to take up judicial office at the Royal Courts of Justice