Rising Success for Ethnic Minority Judicial Applicants

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Rising Success for Ethnic Minority Judicial Applicants
 
According to the latest statistics (December 2012) from the Judicial appointments Commission (JAC), 25% of the lawyers recommended for appointment as Deputy District Judges (Magistrates' Courts) were Black, Asian and Minority  Ethnic (BAME) which represents just over 50% increase in the success rate since 2009.  46% of those recommended were women. There were 1500 applications for the 28 posts.
 
For full information about the statistics, see the JAC Website.