Advisory Appointments Committee

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Advisory Appointments Committee

A specially convened committee which advises on the appointment of candidates for upper management and substantive consultant posts in an acute (hospital) trust in the UK.
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Next, I will argue that in most respects, the Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee in Ontario, which has been in operation for two decades, serves as a model for the improvement of the judicial selection process for federally-appointed judges.
There are currently thirteen members of the Ontario Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee (JAAC).
The first Ontario Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee was established as a pilot project by Liberal Attorney General Ian Scott in late 1988, and the first appointments pursuant to the new system were made in 1989.
8) Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee, online: Guide to Ontario Courts <http://www.
9) One of the qualities that the committee looks for in applicants is "an absence of pomposity and authoritarian tendencies": "Ontario Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee Annual Report 2004", online: Guide to Ontario Courts <http://www.
13) Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee, Final Report and Recommendations, (Toronto: The Committee, 1992).