Skip to main content

Solicitors are less represented among the judiciary than they were four years ago - despite a government-funded diversity programme. 

According to statistics released today by the Judicial Office, ‘non-barrister’ representation among court judges decreased by three percentage points between 2015 and 2019. It fell by five percentage points for tribunal judges. Almost all 'non-barristers' were formerly solicitors, the report says.

Full Story: Law Gazette

Sign up to our newsletter for weekly updates, resources and special offers:

View Bag (0)