Recommendations per year

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Dear Judicial Appointments Commission,

I would like the number of recommendations made by the Judicial Appointments Commission, per year from 2002-2017.

I would also like the number of recommendations made by the Judicial Appointments Commission, that did not result in an appointment to any judicial office, per year from 2002-2017.

Please treat this as a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

Yours faithfully,

Jonathan Deans

FOIA, Judicial Appointments Commission

Dear Mr Deans

Thank you for your email of 14 August 2018 outlining your Freedom of Information request.

The JAC has a statutory duty under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to provide a response to Freedom of Information requests within 20 working days. You should therefore receive a full response by 11 September 2018..

I trust this is helpful.

Ian Thomson
Head of HR/Finance/Business Services/Complaints
Judicial Appointments Commission
Clive House
5th Floor , 70 Petty France,
London, SW1H 9EX
Tel 020 3334 5899 [mobile number]

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Thomson, Ian (JAC), Judicial Appointments Commission

Dear Mr Deans

 

Thank you again for your email of 14 August enclosing your Freedom of
Information request.

 

The Judicial Appointments Commission publishes official statistics on the
number of applications and recommendations for the appointment of Judges
in selection exercises. These statistics, which are published annually,
are available on our website on the following link 
[1]https://www.judicialappointments.gov.uk/.... These
statistics go back to 2008.

 

The Judicial Appointments Commission also publishes its number of
recommendations in its Annual reports, which go to back 2006/07 when the
JAC was established – please see attached link  
[2]https://www.judicialappointments.gov.uk/...

 

In relation to your second request regarding the number of recommendations
which do not result in an appointment, this information is not collated by
the JAC. Recommended candidates are forwarded to the Judicial Office to
pursue appointment, who will then discuss the appointment terms with each
candidate and complete the final details. You may therefore want to
contact the Judicial Office for this information. The can be contacted at

 

Data Access and Compliance Unit
Postal Point 10.31, Floor 10
102 Petty France
London
SW1H 9AJ

 

[3]https://www.judiciary.uk/foi/

 

I trust this information is helpful.

 

Ian Thomson

Head of HR/Finance/Business Services/Complaints

Judicial Appointments Commission

Clive House

5th Floor , 70 Petty France,

London, SW1H 9EX

Tel 020 3334 5899  [mobile number]

 

If you receive this email late at night or early in the morning or at a
weekend, it means I am working flexibly.

In order for me to complete my work I have to work flexibily but if you
would prefer to receive emails during core working hours only, please let
me know.

[4]www.judicialappointments.gov.uk | [5]LinkedIn | [6]Twitter
The independent Judicial Appointments Commission selects candidates for
judicial office on merit, through fair and open competition

 

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Dear Thomson, Ian (JAC),

Thank you very much. I will approach the Judicial Office.

Yours sincerely,

Jonathan

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