HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) is recruiting in the near future!
Our aim, through our people, is to deliver access to a fair, proportionate and effective justice system. We’re doing this through our unprecedented programme of reform and modernisation and are looking to recruit new Legal Advisers and Tribunal Caseworkers to help deliver this.
- Legal advisers are trained lawyers who advise magistrates and district judges about the law, practice and procedure in criminal and family courts throughout England and Wales. Legal advisers have delegated authorised powers that they can use to make judicial decisions and progress cases effectively.
- Tribunal Caseworkers will support the effective administration of tribunals business by undertaking a range of complex case work and assessment activity in order to determine how best to advance caseloads and remove any barriers to effective and timely case progression. They provide ongoing and proactive management of caseloads, identifying any barriers or risks to effective case progression and developing interventions or actions to resolve these, liaising with a range of stakeholders and the public.
If either of these roles sound like they could be for you, or even if you’re just interested to hear more about HMCTS, please visit our stand at the event and we’d be delighted to discuss our work in more detail.
In addition to these paid roles, we’re also looking for volunteers to serve as magistrates If you are able to commit to 14 days a year and are aged between 18-70 then you are already eligible to sit as a magistrate. You don`t need any formal qualifications and full training is provided.
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