Judicial careers

How do you become a judge?

For legal professionals who may be thinking about applying to become a judge, here are the stories of people who entered the ...

A new Judicial Mentoring Scheme has been developed focussing on addressing under-representation of women, Black, Asian & Minority Ethnic (BAME) lawyers and ...

Hear about what they do, how they make their decisions, what they enjoy and what they find most difficult. The following links ...

Appointments to tribunals are mainly through the Judicial Appointments Commission, on the basis of the statutory and non-statutory requirements for that specific ...

Magistrates Can be appointed from the age of 18, and retire at 70; Are volunteers, and there are around 23,000 from all ...

The Judicial Career Progression Chart has been created by the Judicial HR team. It promotes transparency in the structure of the judiciary ...

Judicial Appointments Commission The Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) is an independent commission that selects candidates for judicial office in courts and tribunals ...

Information about judicial salaries, expenses, working hours, training and appointments.