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A-G Civil Panel (Regional) Recruitment Round
Sat 3 Sep 2022 12:24
A new recruitment round for the A-G Regional Civil Panel is opening on 8th September. This is being supported by a series of regional events aimed at "Widening the Pool" of potential applicants
Legal Aid Reform - Bar Strike Action Ongoing
Sat 25 Jun 2022 10:34
Updated 1 Sept 2022: Following the most recent developments in relation to the Criminal Bar's strike action, we have updated SAHCA's statement of support and links to relevant information.
Senior Circuit Judge Vacancy - Applications Open to 5th April 2022
Wed 23 Mar 2022 02:17
Applications are open (closing 5 April 2022) for a Senior Circuit Judge, Designated Family Judge (West London) position. SAHCA members are encouraged to look at the qualifying criteria and, if they meet them, to apply for the post.
New Commercial Court Guide (11th ed) now available online
Sat 12 Mar 2022 09:35
Updated for the first time since 2017, the Commercial Court guide contains a number of welcome developments - embedding the positive changes made over the last few years towards paperless workings and remote hearings.
Survey Request for Family / Children Law Advocates
Mon 23 Aug 2021 11:16
We have been asked to pass on a request for Family and Children’s Law Advocates to complete the survey below as requested by the Designated Family Judge for East London Family Court.
Covid from a Sport and In-House Perspective – Chris Over
Mon 23 Aug 2021 11:15
I retired from private practice 2.5 years ago and joined the board of a PLC as Company Secretary. Our assets are a Premiership rugby team, a large conference centre and a half built 4star hotel. I was naively expecting light duties with use of the Di
Response to Covid Consultation on Criminal Court Hours
Mon 23 Aug 2021 11:09
SAHCA responded on behalf of our members to HMCTS’ consultation on COVID Operating Hours.
We have now received the letter below from Jason Latham, Development Director at HMCTS, which sets out their response following the Lord Chancellor’s dec