Recorder South East and Fee-paid Employment Tribunal Judge statistics published
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Diversity statistics for two of the most popular selection exercises for fee-paid roles run by the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) last year are among a six month set of statistics published today.
Fee-paid positions are often seen as the first rung on the judicial 'career' ladder, where lawyers stay in their main jobs, and work as a judge for between 15 and 30 days a year; 982 lawyers applied for 128 posts as fee-paid Recorders on the South East Circuit and 624 lawyers applied for 36 posts as fee-paid Employment Tribunal Judges.
The full press release is available on this page.
The Official Statistics are available here.