91) Principles of accountability reached a new level of institutional maturity with the Commission for Judicial Appointments ("CJA"), headed by Sir Colin Campbell and comprised only of laypersons, and not judges or licensed legal professionals.
What does CJA stand for?
CJA stands for Commission for Judicial Appointments (UK)
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We have 63 other meanings of CJA in our Acronym Attic
- Christlich-Jüdische Arbeitsgemeinschaft
- Citizen Journalism in Africa
- Citizens for Judicial Accountability
- Classic Jaguar Association
- Clinique Jeanne d'Arc (French health clinic)
- Club Jeep Aventure (Canadian automobile club)
- Cologne Jazz Association
- Combined Jewish Appeal
- Comité Jeune Allonnes (French youth council; Allonnes, France)
- Command Judge Advocate
- Committee for Joint Action
- Commonwealth Journalists Association (Canada)
- Communities Joined In Action
- Community Justice Authority (UK)
- Compétence Juridique Appropriée (French: Appropriate Legal Jurisdiction)
- Conseil de la Justice Administrative (Canada)
- Conseil des Jeunes Angevins (French youth council)
- Conseils Juristes Avocats (French law firm)
- CORDIC-based Jacobi Algorithm
- Crime and Justice Analysts, Inc. (Fairfax, VA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A report published by the Commission for Judicial Appointments, the watchdog on the way judges are selected, said Lord Falconer had acted 'inappropriately' during the process that led to the appointment of Wyn Williams QC to a pounds 126,000-a-year post running the Chancery division of the High Court in Wales, based in Cardiff.
But last week the Commission for Judicial Appointments, the judiciary's watchdog, called Lord Falconer's proposals wrong-headed and flawed.