The Judicary - Appointments

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How The Judiciary appoints a candidate
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What is the name of the organisation which deal with judicial appointments?
The Judical Appointments Commission
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Who sit on the Judicial Appointments Commission?
6 lay members, 5 Judges, 3 from the Court of Appeal, 2 circuit and district, 1 barrister, 1 solicitor, 1 magistrate and 1 tribunal member
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Key features of the appointing?
Based soley on Merit, The commission is responsible for assessing the merit of the candidate. No candidate can be selected unless reccomended by the Commission. Must consult Lord Chief Justice
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What they look for in applicants?
Intellectual capacity, Sound Judgement, Efficiency, Reliability, Authority and communication skills
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