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Oral evidence concluded. Report in preparation.
The Constitution Committee is conducting a short follow-up inquiry to its report on Judicial Appointments, published on 28 March 2012. The report made a number of recommendations to improve the judicial appointments process.
The Committee expect to publish a short report in the new Parliament 2017.
Evidence given by Rt Hon Professor Lord Kakkar, Chairman of the Judicial Appointments Commission; Lord Justice Burnett, Vice-Chairman of the Judicial Appointments Commission
Evidence given by Ms Anna Nice, Solicitor; and Robert Bourns, President, Law Society of England and Wales; Robin Allen QC, Chairman, Bar Council Equality and Diversity and Social Mobility Committee, Bar Council of England and Wales; Millicent Grant, Vice-President, Chartered Institute of Legal Executives
The Constitution Committee hears evidence on Wednesday 15 March at 10.30am