Outline two qualifications that a person must possess in order to qualify for appointment as a judge of superior court
Qualifications that a person must possess in order to qualify for appointment as a judge of superior court
- He/she has been a judge of a court having unlimited jurisdiction in civil and criminal matters in some part of the commonwealth or in the republic of Ireland or a court having jurisdiction in Appeals from such a court.
- He /she is an advocate of the High court of not less than seven years standing
- He/she holds and has held for a period of or periods amounting in aggregate to not less than seven years, one or other of the qualification specified in section 12 of the Advocates Act