The MA is inviting members to apply to join one of our policy committees and play a key role in the MA's policy work.
The MA has four policy committees - the Adult Court Committee, the Family Court Committee, the Training Committee and the Youth Court Committee - and, while there are no vacancies on the Family Court Committee this year, the other three committees are recruiting. The policy committees are at the heart of the MA's work to ensure that magistrates play a leading role in the national policy-making process and committee members can make a significant contribution to our work to influence national policy on issues of importance to our members.
Recruitment is open now and applications must be submitted by 6 September 2019. For more details on the role and how to apply, please click here.
Members of policy committees must be sitting magistrates. You don't need to be London-based as much of our work is done online and travel expenses are covered.
If you have any questions about membership of a policy committee or the committees’ work please contact Dr Jo Easton, the MA’s Deputy Chief Executive and Director of Policy and Research, by email or on 020 7387 2353.