Judicial Appointments and Retirements (Age Limits) Bill (House of Commons) HCB 69

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Judicial Appointments and Retirements (Age Limits) Bill (House of Commons) HCB 69

Judicial Appointments and Retirements (Age Limits) Bill (House of Commons) HCB 69

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This follows a full consultation last year which received over 1000 responses from across the magistracy, judiciary, the legal profession, and other key stakeholder groups. The majority supported raising the age limit to reflect improvements in life expectancy and an increase in cases that need dealing with. Every HM Courts & Tribunals building – including Nightingale Courts - meets the government’s COVID-secure guidelines, and public health experts have confirmed the arrangements remain sufficient to deal with the current strains of the virus. hearings using remote technology are taking place each week – compared to around 550 in March 2020 – a 4000% rise. Candidates must be either a UK citizen or a citizen of the Commonwealth or the Republic of Ireland at the time of application. Other European Union citizens are not eligible to apply. Reasonable length of service He will take up appointment on 1 October 2020 consequential to the elevation of Lord Justice Baker.

Mr Justice Saini has been appointed to the Western Circuit where he will succeed Mr Justice Garnham. Andrew Ritchie QC, aged 61 will be known as The Honourable Mr Justice Ritchie. He was Called to the Bar (Inner Temple) in 1985 and took Silk in 2009.The new retirement age is expected to have a positive impact on diversity by promoting opportunities for individuals considering applying to the bench later in life, such as those who may have had gaps in their career to balance professional and family responsibilities. Malleson & Russell (ed), Appointing Judges in an Age of Judicial Power: Critical Perspectives from around the World, (University of Toronto Press) (2006)

Mr Justice Hilliard has been appointed to the North Eastern Circuit where he will succeed Mr Justice Lavender.

He was appointed a High Court Judge in 2013 and was a Presiding Judge of the Western Circuit from 2014 to 2018. He was appointed to the Court of Appeal in 2019. He was appointed as lead judge for International Relations in February 2021. Lead Judge for Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership Development and Wellbeing Brennan – The Selection of Judges for Commonwealth Courts (Canberra, 10 August 2007) (Senate Lecture Series) Lady Justice Whipple takes on a new expanded role as Lead Judge for Diversity & Inclusion, Leadership Development and Wellbeing, following the appointment of Lady Justice Simler to the Supreme Court. She will build on the existing work to encourage greater diversity of people joining the judiciary, improving leadership practices and ensure that judges receive the wellbeing support they need. This role starts with immediate effect.

We are in a much stronger position to manage the impact of the pandemic compared to last spring, and public health experts have confirmed our measures remain sufficient to deal with the current variants of the virus. In applying for any exercise, you should consider whether you can provide the full years’ service before retirement. The JAC Selection and Character Committee will decide whether a candidate will be able to provide a reasonable length of service. In doing this they will take into account the number of vacancies, application numbers and the business need for the role. Her Honour Judge Mary Elizabeth Stacey, aged 59 will be known as The Honourable Mrs Justice Stacey. She was admitted to the Roll in 1987. She was appointed as a Fee-paid Judge of the Employment Tribunals in 1997, as an Employment Judge in in 2003, as a Circuit Judge in 2014 and as a Deputy High Court Judge sitting in the Queen’s Bench Division in 2018. We have no evidence that an increase in the MRA would impact adversely on public confidence in the judiciary. Public trust in the judiciary remains very high at 84%, with the Ipsos Mori Veracity Index (2020) placing judges in the top five most trusted professions This has remained consistently high since the index was first published in 1983.

Mr Justice Bennathan has been appointed to the South Eastern Circuit where he will succeed Mrs Justice Cheema-Grubb. Mr Justice Pushpinder Saini was called to the Bar in 1991 (Gray’s Inn) and took silk in 2008. He was appointed a Deputy High Court Judge in 2017 and a High Court Judge in 2019. The Queen is pleased to approve the appointment of a Justice of the High Court. This appointment will take effect from 1 October 2021. It is anticipated that further appointments will be announced in the coming months. Lord Justice Dingemans’ reappointment as Vice President of the King’s Bench Division recognises the valuable contribution he has made to the High Court since he was initially appointed to the role in 2020. His experience will enable him to continue to provide valuable support to both the President of the King’s Bench Division and the wider judiciary.

Over 290 courtrooms have been assessed as being routinely available to hold jury trials – more than before the pandemic. The candidates approved as High Court Judge judges are His Honour Judge Mark Wall, Her Honour Judge Mary Stacey, Nigel Poole QC, Charles Bourne QC, Rowena Collins Rice and Kelyn Bacon QC.Since April 2006, judicial appointments have been the responsibility of an independent Judicial Appointments Commission.



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