rdf:langString Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
rdf:langString 영국 대법원 판사
rdf:langString Justices are required to retire on becoming 75-years-old;ref |The Judicial Pensions and Retirement Act 1993 imposed a mandatory retirement age (MRA) of 70 for all judges first appointed to the judiciary after 1995. The Public Service Pensions and Judicial Offices Act 2022 amended the 1993 Act to raise the MRA to 75.|group=nb may be removed on the address of both Houses of Parliament
rdf:langString the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom
rdf:langString Badge of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom.svg
rdf:langString Lord or Lady
rdf:langString Justices of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom are the judges of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom other than the president and the deputy president. The Supreme Court is the highest court of the United Kingdom for civil and criminal matters in the jurisdictions of England and Wales and Northern Ireland. Judges are appointed by the King on the advice of the Prime Minister, who receives recommendations from a selection commission. The number of judges is set by s.23(2) Constitutional Reform Act 2005, which established the Court, but may be increased by the King through an Order in Council under s.23(3). There are currently 12 positions: one President, one Deputy President, and 10 Justices. Judges of the Court who are not already peers are granted the style Lord or Lady followed by a surname, territorial designation or a combination of both, for life.
rdf:langString 영국 대법원 판사(Judges of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom)는 상임항소법관이 폐지된 후 영국 대법원의 판사이다. 수장은 영국 대법원장(President of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom)이며 부수장은 수장은 영국 부대법원장(Deputy president of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom)이다.
rdf:langString The Monarch on the advice of the Prime Minister
rdf:langString following the Lord Chancellor's [[#Appointment