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NatCen report on survey of newly appointed judges in the UK 2017

Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure: Survey of Newly Appointed Judges in the UK 2017, a research project for the OME undertaken by the National Centre for Social Research.

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NatCen report on survey of newly appointed judges in the UK 2017

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This work was commissioned by the OME, on behalf of the SSRB, from NatCen to inform the Major Review of the Judicial Salary Structure. A survey was undertaken of judges appointed to a salaried or fee-paid post since April 2012 to gather data about motivations for joining the judiciary, and on the previous roles and salaries of recent judicial appointees. The survey results provided the SSRB with robust information on the changes in salary which individuals might experience on joining the judiciary.

Published 26 October 2018