Lords call for judicial appraisals and positive action to increase diversity
The introduction of a formal appraisal system for senior judges has been put forward as one of several recommendations in a House of Lords report on judicial appointments published earlier this week (28 March). The suggestion for a judge-led appraisal system is one of a number of measures intended to boost public confidence in the judiciary contained in the report, which is primarily aimed at increasing diversity.
New recommendations put forward to increase public confidence in UK judiciary
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