Professional Conduct Committee

The PCC’s main purpose is to investigate all complaints of whatever nature against any member of Ciarb. This includes investigating any issue, concern or other matter arising out of or in any way connected to the complaint or information or the subject matter of the complaint. The PCC consists of no more than five lay-members and up to nine Ciarb Fellows, at least two of whom must be lawyers and at least one should hold or have held judicial office.

Recruitment Information

We anticipate interviews will take place w/c 8 April 2024 by video conference with the Chair of the PCC, one Lay Member, the General Counsel and Head of Governance.

Your Personal Data

We may ask you for diversity and monitoring information, to monitor our recruitment and appointments processes to ensure they are inclusive. This information is not mandatory to provide, will be kept separately from the rest of your application, and does not form part of your application. There will be no detriment to you if you choose not to provide this information. For more information about this and how we will hold your personal data, please see our privacy notice.