Civil Procedure Rule Committee Lay Members with experience in and knowledge of the lay advice sector or consumer affairsClosed
|Body:||Civil Procedure Rule Committee|
|Appointing Department:||Ministry of Justice|
|Sector:||Judicial, Prison & Policing|
|Skills required:||Legal / Judicial|
|Number of Vacancies:||2|
|Time Requirements:||Nine committee meetings yearly plus additional sub-committee meetings|
Closed for Applications
Final Interview Date
Amrita Dhaliwal (Panel Chair), Added 08/03/2022
Head of Civil Procedure and Enforcement Policy • Departmental Official
Alasdair Wallace Added 08/03/2022
Head of Legal Directorate (Civil and Family Law); • Departmental Official
Lizzie Iron, Added 08/03/2022
Civil PRC representative and independent solicitor/lawyer • Other Panel Member
Malcolm John Added 07/06/2022
Members of the Committee have collective responsibility for the operation of the Civil PRC. They must:
• Engage fully in collective consideration of the issues, taking account of the full range of relevant factors, including any guidance issued by the Ministry of Justice or by the Lord Chancellor.
• Ensure that its responsibilities under the Freedom of Information Act (including prompt responses to public requests for information) are discharged, agree an Annual Report; and, where practicable and appropriate, hold at least one public meeting a year.
• Respond appropriately to complaints, if necessary with reference to the Ministry of Justice.
• Ensure that the Committee does not exceed its powers or functions.
Communications between the Committee and the Lord Chancellor will generally be through the Chair. Nevertheless, any Committee member has the right of access to Ministers on any matter which he or she believes raises important issues relating to his or her duties as a Committee member. In such cases the agreement of other members of the Committee should normally be sought.
From time to time issues of a confidential nature may arise during Committee work. The duty of confidentiality obliges members to respect the confidentiality of such work. Confidential information that members obtain during the course of membership of the Committee must not be used for the benefit of own or others use.
There must be no employment restrictions, or limit on your permitted stay in the UK.
Lay members, in accordance with section 2(2)(g) of the Civil Procedure Act 1997, must have experience in and knowledge of the lay advice sector or consumer affairs.
• Must have knowledge of and experience in the Lay Advice Sector or Consumer Affairs;
• Interest in the broad field of law concerning civil courts and rule making process;
• Commitment to reflecting the needs of end users in that process;
• Evidence of committee working and relevant inter-personal skills;
• Ability to deal confidently with legal specialists – judiciary and lawyers;
• A commitment to valuing diversity;
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