2009

As at 1 April 2009

Post Former
Barristers
Former
Solicitors
Total
Lord of Appeal in Ordinary Women 1 0 1
Men 11 0 11
Total 12 0 12
% Women 8.33 0 8.33

Heads of Division

Women 0 0 0
Men 5 0 5
Total 5 0 5
% Women 0 0 0
Lord Justice of Appeal Women 3 0 3
Men 34 1 35
Total 37 1 38
% Women 8.11 0 7.89
High Court Judge Women 15 0 15
Men 92 2 94
Total 107 2 109
% Women 14.02 0 13.76
Circuit Judge Women 78 14 92
Men 480 69 548
Total 558 83 640
% Women 13.98 16.87 14.38
Recorder Women 153 16 169
Men 1023 43 1066
Total 1176 59 1235
% Women 13.01 27.12 13.68
Judge Advocates Women 0 0 0
Men 8 1 9
Total 8 1 9
% Women 0 0 0
Deputy Judge Advocates Women 1 0 1
Men 9 1 10
Total 10 1 11
% Women 10.00 0 9.09
District Judge Women 15 89 104
Men 30 310 340
Total 45 399 444
% Women 33.33 22.31 23.42
Deputy District Judge
Women 40 154 194
Men 61 413 474
Total 101 567 668
% Women 26.38 27.16 29.04
District Judge (Magistrates’ Courts) Women 13 19 32
Men 34 69 102
Total 47 88 134
% Women 25.00 29.13 27.71
Deputy District Judge (Magistrates’ Crt) Women 6 30 46
Men 48 73 120
Total 64 103 166
% Women 25.00 29.13 27.71
Masters, Registrars, Costs Judges and DJ (PRFD) Women 6 6 12
Men 21 14 35
Total 27 20 47
% Women 22.22 30.00 25.53
Deputy Masters, Deputy Registrars, Deputy Costs Judges and Deputy District Judge (PRFD) Women 21 8 31
Men 25 30 53
Total 46 38 84
% Women 49.65 21.05 36.90

These figures are not directly comparable to 2007’s figures as the data has been widened to include four new types of judicial post.

These are:

  • Judge Advocates
  • Deputy Judge Advocates
  • Masters, Registrars, Costs Judges and DJ, and
  • Deputy Masters, Registrars, Deputy Costs