Positions vacant: District Court judge

Tue Oct 25 2011

Attorney General�Greg Smith SC�is seeking expressions of interest from, or nominations of, persons qualified for appointment as a judge of the District Court of NSW under the District Court Act 1973.�Interested or nominated persons must be either current or former judicial officers or Australian lawyers of at least seven years’ standing and should be conversant with the law and procedures applied in the District Court of NSW. In addition, all persons expressing an interest or nominating another person should refer to the selection criteria and guidance.

Enquiries:�the Honourable Justice R O Blanch AM, chief judge, District Court of NSW, (02) 9377 5821, or Mr Laurie Glanfield, director general, Department of Attorney General and Justice, (02) 8688 7313.

Expressions of interest: Expressions of interest in Word or PDF format addressing each of the selection criteria, accompanied by a detailed curriculum vitae and the names of at least two referees, and a response to each pre-screening question, must be completed online by 11 November 2011.

It will be necessary for previous applicants to submit a fresh expression of interest if they still seek such appointment.

2 November 2011

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