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COURTS AND COURT OFFICERS ACTS 1995 - 2002
JUDICIAL APPOINTMENTS ADVISORY BOARD
APPOINTMENT OF ORDINARY JUDGES OF: THE HIGH COURT
Notice is hereby given that applications are invited from practising barristers and solicitors who are eligible for appointment to the Office of Ordinary Judge of the Supreme Court, Office of Ordinary Judge of the Court of Appeal, Office of Ordinary Judge of the High Court, Office of Ordinary Judge of the Circuit Court and Office of Judge of the District Court.
Those eligible for appointment and who wish to be considered should apply in writing to the Secretary, Judicial Appointments Advisory Board, Phoenix House, 15/24 Phoenix Street North, Smithfield, Dublin 7, for a copy of the relevant application form.
The closing date for receipt of completed application forms, in relation to this advertisement, is 4pm on Thursday, 26th January 2017.
It should be noted that fully completed application forms received by this office will be considered for vacancies that may arise in the Supreme Court, Court of Appeal, High Court, Circuit Court and District Court during 2017. These applications will only remain valid pending enactment of any new legislation in relation to Judicial Appointments which is expected in 2017.
It is open to eligible applicants to submit applications for all judicial vacancies at any time.
Information in relation to judicial vacancies may be obtained on www.jaab.ie.
It should also be noted that The Standards in Public Office Act, 2001, as amended, prohibits the Board from recommending a person for judicial office unless the person has furnished to the Board a relevant tax clearance certificate (TCC SIPO) that was issued to the person not more than 18 months before the date of a recommendation. Applicants are therefore advised to ensure the tax clearance certificate (TCC SIPO) is in date, and where such a certificate requires renewal or has not already been furnished, applicants should make early contact with the Office of the Revenue Commissioners to ensure that a certificate can be processed and available for inclusion with their application.
Applicants may, at the discretion of the Board, be required to attend for interview.
Canvassing is prohibited.
Dated the 5th January 2017
Brendan Ryan BL, Secretary,
Judicial Appointments Advisory Board