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Salaried Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Tax and Chancery Chamber
Number of vacancies: Two
The JAC expects to launch an exercise in the autumn to identify two candidates to recommend for the post of Salaried Judge of the Upper Tribunal, Tax and Chancery Chamber.
Although both posts are based in London, the successful candidates must be prepared to sit in Belfast and throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
About the jurisdiction
The Tax and Chancery Chamber is one of four chambers in the Upper Tribunal, a superior court of record with UK wide jurisdiction. It is responsible for dealing with appeals against decisions made by the following lower tribunals:
- the First-tier Tribunal, Tax Chamber, for cases about tax
- the Land Registration division of the First-tier Tribunal, Property Chamber, for cases about land registration
- the First-tier Tribunal, General Regulatory Chamber, for cases about charities
It also handles appeals against certain decisions made by the following organisations:
- Financial Conduct Authority
- Prudential Regulation Authority
- Pensions Regulator
- Bank of England
- HM Treasury
Who can apply
You are eligible to apply for this post if:
a) you are a solicitor or barrister in England or Wales with at least 7 years post qualification legal experience
b) you are an advocate or solicitor in Scotland of at least 7 years standing
c) you are a barrister or solicitor in Northern Ireland of at least 7 years standing
d) in the opinion of the Senior President of Tribunals, you have gained experience in law which makes you as suitable for appointment as if you satisfy any of the conditions at (a) to (c)
Additional selection criteria may apply. Please check the website regularly for updates, and sign up for alerts to receive email notifications when further information is available.