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.
The lord chief justice highlighted the importance of judicial diversity at the Treasurer's Lecture 2019.
We are encouraging Solicitor Judges Division members to attend this event on applying to become a judge of the Employment Tribunal.
The Judicial Appointments Commission is looking to expand the membership of its Advisory Group.
The Supreme Court has launched the competition for the appointment of Lady Hale's successor as president of the Supreme Court.
We are running a free workshop for BAME solicitors with a minimum of five years' PQE who are interested in applying for judicial appointment.
This practice note clarifies the status of LPP, explores recent concerns about how the right has been asserted, summarises practitioners' duties and clarifies the main principles of LPP.
Joe Egan welcomed the appointment of David Gauke as Lord Chancellor on 18 January.
Five solicitor advocates appointed Queen's Counsel today were singled out for praise by the Law Society of England and Wales.
The Law Society's view on the effect of Brexit on consumer rights.
As the saying goes, what is worth doing is worth doing well. If you want to secure a judicial appointment you should sit down and make a plan.
Litigators will gain expert insight from a high-calibre line up of judges, commercial litigators and barristers. Delegates will be given the opportunity to ask questions and join in debate from the floor
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