The JAC’s old applications system is closing on 31 August 2020. Any profile data or applications made prior to January 2020 will no longer be accessible after the end of August.
To keep a copy of any old applications or your profile data, log in to your old account and copy or print any details you want to keep.
If you have already saved your details, you don’t have to take any action. Any data held on the old system will be destroyed after five years.
What happens to my data once your old system closes?
The JAC retention policy is that all data is retained for five years, after which it is destroyed. There will be no public access to the data, but it may be anonymously used for statistical purposes.
Has my old data automatically been migrated onto your new system?
No. To keep a copy of any historic applications or your profile data, visit https://www.judicialappointments.gov.uk/user, and copy or print any details you want to keep.
What about exercises which have closed but where applications are still being considered?
All exercises prior to January 2020 on the old system have now closed to the public. Applications made under the old system are being considered as usual, and candidates will hear the outcome in due course.
Any questions please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.