Joining the judiciary is a great opportunity for solicitors who want to take their career in a new and challenging direction.
In this section you can access a wide range of Law Society news, advice and information for aspiring and sitting judges.
Twenty-one new deputy high court judges have been appointed by the Judicial Office today.
Circuit judge Anne Molyneux explains why you should consider becoming a circuit judge.
Lord Neuberger describes the emotions that judges can expect to experience during their judicial career.
Advice on application stages and links to preparatory workshops at the Law Society.
View videos on how to give yourself the best chance of making a successful application.
Sir Gary Hickinbottom will be the second solicitor appointed to the Court of Appeal when he is sworn in at the Royal Courts of Justice today.
Information about judicial careers and becoming a solicitor judge. Joining the judiciary is a real opportunity for solicitors who want to take their career in a new and challenging direction.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is amended and the discount rate to personal injury compensation payments is lowered.
Lady Hale talks about her career highlights and shares advice for anyone wanting a career in the judiciary.
The European Union (Notification of Withdrawal) Bill is debated and the government publishes the Prisons and Courts Bill.
The Advocacy Section and Solicitor Judges Division will be hosting a networking drinks evening on 28 June to toast the legal term of Trinity.
This event will raise awareness of the opportunities that exist in the judiciary, the judicial recruitment and selection process.
This free event will give you tips on how to plan and progress your judicial career
Engage with your peers and join our community for aspiring and sitting solicitor judges. Membership is free.
View current vacancies at the Judicial Appointments Commission, an independent body that selects candidates for judicial office in courts and tribunals.
News about courts and the judiciary.