Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: The attractiveness of judicial careers
Table 1: Factors promoting early departures
Pay and pensions
Working conditions and resources
Returning to practice after a judicial career
Relationship with the Government
Chapter 3: Recruitment
Encouraging a wider range of candidates to apply
Chartered legal executives
Increasing the success rate of applicants
Figure 1: Current legal role representation at each stage, for exercises completed between 1 April 2016 and 31 March 2017 (legal posts)
Figure 2: The percentage of court judges whose profession is non-barrister, 1 April 2017
Why are the success rates low?
What is being done?
Chapter 4: Diversity
Diversity in the judiciary
Figure 3: BAME representation among court and tribunal judges and non-legal members 2014 to 2017
Figure 4: BAME representation among court judges, 1 April 2017
Figure 5: Female representation among court and tribunal judges and non-legal members, 1 April 2014 to 1 April 2017
Figure 6: Female representation at each court judge role, 1 April 2017
Judicial Diversity Forum and Judicial Diversity Committee
Equal merit provision
Diversity training and outreach
Flexible working and deployment
Summary of Conclusions and recommendations
Appendix 1: List of Members and declarations of interest
Appendix 2: List of witnesses
Evidence is published online at http://www.parliament.uk/judicial-appointments-follow-up and available for inspection at the Parliamentary Archives (020 7219 3074).
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