Tag: Judicial Administration

What justices sit on the appeals court?

What justices sit on the appeals court?

| 26/08/2019 | 2 Comments

How can the public find out who is on the Court of Appeal and where can we read more about them? Auntie’s answer: I’ve summarised a question that appeared in the comment section of this article: Appeal court to hear first challenges to life tariffs. The full comment is here. The information you seek can […]

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Why not called for jury service?

Why not called for jury service?

| 26/07/2019 | 6 Comments

How do I know if I am an eligible juror? I keep seeing lists of jurors required for different periods but I never get a notification. How would I get notified? I’ve been a naturalised status holder for seven years now. Auntie’s answer: Although you are a naturalised status holder, you will not be eligible […]

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Judicial PA handed top employee verdict

Judicial PA handed top employee verdict

| 01/05/2019 | 1 Comment

(CNS Local Life): Joanne Cox, personal assistant to Justice Ingrid Mangatal of the Grand Court, has been selected Employee of the Month for March by Deputy Governor Franz Manderson for “delivering an outstanding customer service experience”. Manderson made the presentation at Kirk House Monday, 29 April, to Cox, who has been working at Judicial Administration […]

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Judicial Administration employees study management

Judicial Administration employees study management

| 02/12/2016 | 0 Comments

(CNS Local Life): Nine Judicial Administration (JA) staff members graduated last month from the first tier of an international management certification programme. The nine, who hold or have acted in supervisory positions, completed the six-month foundations of management certificate (FoM) course, the first of three modules leading to certified manager (CM) accreditation by the Institute […]

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Courts staffer retires after four decades

Courts staffer retires after four decades

| 06/11/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Ermyn Berry, administrative secretary at Judicial Administration, who has retired after 40 years of service, was treated last week to a surprise farewell party. Her career in public service began on 1 August 1975, with the Registrar of Companies, then located within the Courts’ administration.

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Courts staffer moves on to higher calling

Courts staffer moves on to higher calling

| 28/09/2015 | 0 Comments

(CNS): Long-serving Judicial Administration employee Janis McLaughlin will tally her cash for the last time on Wednesday, 30 September, to become a full-time minister of religion. McLaughlin has served as one of the cashiers at the finance counters of the Judicial Administration for 13 years, and has worked at the courts for more than 18 of the […]

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