Judges, magistrates and tribunal judges
Find out about the members of the judiciary, including biographies of senior judges, examples of court dress, how to address judges and magistrates, and information about judges' career paths.
All judges are appointed by Royal Warrant upon recommendation by the Lord Chancellor.
Members of the judiciary write about their own daily working lives.
"There is no substitute for sitting with a judge when trying to assess if Judicial Office would be of interest."
How to become a judge, the appointments process, and information about judicial diversity: gender, age and ethnicity
Biographical details of senior judges in England and Wales.
The robes worn by judges are just about the most distinctive working wardrobe in existence.
Information about judicial salaries, working hours, training and appointments.
Many judges and magistrates are actively involved in work with students on initiatives such as Judges in Schools and Mock Trial competitions.
Magistrates, judges and tribunal judges on their work, interests, and personal views of the justice system.
Judges are trained both when they are newly appointed and continuously during their careers.