Judicial Appointments Committee kicks off selection process for new Lord Chief Justice
The Judicial Appointments Committee (JAC) has kicked off the selection process to appoint a new Lord Chief Justice (LCJ) following the retirement of Lord Judge this September. The JAC has set up a selection panel to oversee the interviews for the role, which will take place in early July. The panel will make its decision and report to the Lord Chancellor Chris Grayling, who can accept the selection, reject it or require the panel to reconsider.
The Judicial Appointments Committee (JAC) has kicked off the selection process to appoint a new Lord Chief Justice (LCJ) following the retirement of Lord Judge this September.
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