JAC seeks dry run candidates to sit qualifying test

PUBLISHED February 8, 2011

JAC seeks dry run candidates to sit qualifying test 
As part of the JAC quality assurance process, the JAC is currently seeking participants for the dry-run qualifying test for the Fee-paid Judge of the First-tier Tribunal, Immigration and Asylum Chamber 2011 selection exercise.  
The JAC is looking for barristers, solicitors and fellows of ILEX with five years post-qualification experience in any specialism, as well as legal professionals and existing judicial post holders in any jurisdiction to sit one 90 minute test, plus provide around 45 minutes of feedback afterwards. Some pre-reading will also be required.
The test sessions will be held during the week beginning 28 February at 10am or 2pm, at the JAC in Steel House, 11 Tothill St, London and participants will be paid £80 in addition to reasonable travelling expenses.