This video shows Upper Tribunal Judge John Keith giving a presentation to secondary schools. In it he talked the students through what makes a judge, how to have a career in law and more.
In this video District Judge David Robinson, who sits in the County and Family Court at Teesside, has put together the following interactive presentation for primary schools to give pupils a better idea of how the rule of law works.
Judges talking about their work:
- Videos of High Court Judges talking about their work
- Videos of Circuit Judges talking about their work
- Videos: Judges talk about their judicial careers
Young Citizens is an initiative of the Citizenship Foundation and are the UK’s leader in the field for public legal education for young people. There is a range of teaching materials under ‘Education’ once you enter their site.
The National Justice Museum
The National Justice Museum provide inspirational curriculum linked educational visits including programmes at the Royal Courts of Justice, The Rolls Building and Barkingside Magistrates’ Court. Their theatre for law programme includes a Q&A with a judge.
The Bingham Centre
The Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law was named after Tom Bingham d 2010 (The Rt Hon Lord Bingham of Cornhill KG) who promoted the maintenance, development and promotion of the rule of law. Lord Bingham was a former Master of the Rolls, Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and Senior Law Lord of the United Kingdom. The charity seeks to provide an intellectual framework to define and implement the rule of law as a universal and practical concept; Highlight threats to the rule of law; produce high quality studies and training on rule of law issues, drawing on comparative examples and seeking practical outcomes; support capacity building and promotes a wider appreciation of the rule of law among governments, decision makers and the wider public, and Demonstrate how the rule of law upholds respect for human dignity and enhances economic development and political stability. They have resource packs available introducing the rule of law within the context of the citizenship curriculum and a range of resources available.
Association for Citizenship Teaching (ACT)
ACT is the subject association for Citizenship representing teachers and others involved in Citizenship education. We were founded in 2001 by Professor, Sir Bernard Crick and set up as a registered charity. Their mission is to support the teaching of high quality Citizenship and to promote wider public understanding of the subject. They also promote research into the participation of young people in society. They have a range of materials available including high quality teaching materials such as their journal ‘Teaching Citizenship’.
- You be the Judge – MoJ website
- You be the judge – Open Justice website
- You be the judge – Sentencing Council website
- How much do judges earn?
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