Independent report

Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure 2018

Supplement to the Fortieth Annual Report on Senior Salaries 2018. Report No. 90 Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure .

Documents

Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure 2018

Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure 2018: Executive Summary

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Letter from Dr Martin Read to the Prime Minister: The Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure

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Letter from Dr Martin Read to the Prime Minister: Judicial Pay 2018 to 2019

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This Report on the Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure sets out the SSRB’s analysis of evidence and makes proposals on the pay of salaried and fee-paid members of the courts and tribunals judiciary across the UK. It has been customary for the SSRB to be asked, roughly every five years, to carry out a Major Review of judicial pay and this Major Review was commissioned by the then Lord Chancellor in October 2016. The government responded to this report in Parliament. The three research projects commissioned by the OME to support this Major Review can be found at the following links:

Published 26 October 2018