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Tue, January 23, 2024

Swim England is looking to appoint multiple members to its Judicial and Appeals Panels

Swim England is looking to appoint multiple members to its Judicial and Appeals Panels

Members are sought for Swim England’s Judicial and Appeal Panels with range of experiences such as legal, safeguarding and others.

Swim England’s independent Judicial Panel provides members to hear Judicial Complaints through the Office of Judicial Administration made to Swim England alleging misconduct, maladministration or a breach of Swim England’s Regulations.

The Swim England Appeals Panel hears matters which have been appealed from the Judicial Panel level. Decisions by the Appeals Panel are final.

Both Panels consist of a mix of individuals with a range of experience across the aquatics sports and law and Swim England is currently seeking volunteer panel members who will be entirely impartial and without prejudice in determining issues strictly within the framework of the Swim England Regulations. 

If you have safeguarding experience, please click here to find out more about the role.

If you are qualified solicitor or barrister in England and Wales, please click here to find out more about the role.

If you have relevant experience in dispute resolution within any sport please click here

The application window for all roles will close on 30 January 2024. 

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