The Judicary- Qualifications

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Justices of the Supreme Court- Qualifications
Hold high judicial office or have held superior court qualification for at least 15 years
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Lords Justices of Appeal- Qualifications
Existing High Court judge or at least seven years' qualification
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High Court judges- Qualifications
Barrister or Solicitor for seven years or Circuit Judge for two years
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Circuit Judge- Qualifications
Barrister of Solicitor for seven years, Recorder, District Judge or Tribunal Judge
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Recorder- Qualifications
Barrister or Solicitor for seven years
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District Judge- Qualifications
Barrister or Solicitor for five years or ILEX fellow (deputy District Judge first)
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Act setting out qualifications
Tribunals, Court and Enforcement Act 2007
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Existing High Court judge or at least seven years' qualification

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Lords Justices of Appeal- Qualifications

Card 3

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Barrister or Solicitor for seven years or Circuit Judge for two years

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Card 4

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Barrister of Solicitor for seven years, Recorder, District Judge or Tribunal Judge

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Card 5

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Barrister or Solicitor for seven years

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