Dear Judicial Appointments Commission,
Vice Chancellor appointment of the Queen
Please can you advise when Queen Elizabeth the Second shall be appointing a new Vice Chancellor to sit and hear inherent Equity cases under the original jurisdiction of Equity as previously heard in the High Court of Equity.
Dear Mr Fry,
Thank you for your email of 10 March 2016. Please note that the Judicial Appointments Commission (JAC) is an independent body that selects candidates for judicial office in courts and tribunals in England and Wales, and for some tribunals with UK-wide jurisdiction.
Candidates are recommended for offices such as the High Court, Upper Tribunals and all others listed in Schedule 14 of the Constitutional Reform Act 2005 (CRA), as amended by the Crime and Courts Act 2013. The JAC does not select magistrates or judicial office-holders for the UK Supreme Court.
Unfortunately, we do not hold the information requested and cannot advise on the appointment of the Vice Chancellor.
Mrs Adefunke Oloniyo
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