Following an open competition run by the Judicial Appointments Commission, 21 Deputy High Court Judges have been appointed.
An exercise to identify candidates to recommend for the post of salaried judge of the First-tier Tribunal opens today.
The JAC has 6 vacancies for new Commissioners.
The JAC expects to launch a selection exercise for 2 specialist circuit judges on 25 April.
Applications for the role of Chancery Master will open on 27 April. No previous judicial experience is required, making this role a good first step into a judicial career.
The JAC has extended the application deadline for the Circuit Judge selection exercise to assist candidates. The new closing date for part 1 of applications is now 1pm on Thursday 13 April.
If you are looking for the next step on your judicial career then you may like to take a look at the role of Circuit judge.
Following the completion of the Recorder scenario test earlier this week, the selection exercise team can now provide an update on the next stages of this competition.
The JAC has sent instructions for the Recorder stage 2 scenario test to all candidates. The test will take place on Tuesday 7 March.
The Lord Chancellor today announced the appointment of Dame Philippa Whipple DBE as a Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission, following selection by the Judges' Counc
The JAC has written to Recorder candidates with further information about the stage 2 scenario test.
The OECD invites applications from qualified legal professions for the role of deputy judge for the OECD Administrative Tribunal. This is not a JAC vacancy
Richard Jarvis has been appointed Chief Executive of the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC).
The JAC Chief Executive has emailed all Recorder candidates today.
The JAC apologises that Recorder candidates have experienced difficulties in taking the online qualifying test this evening.
The JAC has contacted all candidates who applied for the Recorder selection exercise to provide instructions about the stage 1 qualifying test.
Organised by The Bar Council, Judicial Appointments Commission and the judiciary, this free evening seminar will provide practical advice on the application and recruitment process for judicial app
If you’re thinking of becoming a judge, The Law Society is running 2 free workshops on judicial appointments: interview training for solicitors.
The Cayman Islands Judicial and Legal Services Commission has vacancies for judicial roles at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands. The vacancies are for: