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Manjula Bray

Manjula Bray

Manjula Bray is a business psychologist, facilitator and coach. As a former JAC lay assessor panel member and having developed the Law Society course on judicial appointments, Manjula has a unique insight into the qualities sought for judicial appointment. She has an HR background, L&D experience and psychological knowledge and methods to support individuals in optimising their talents in the workplace. Email: manjula@manjulabray.co.uk.

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Judging: is it really your future?

There are two particular traits that judicial applicants can display repeatedly, and these can lead to inaccurate self-assessment. For those ready to be brutally honest with themselves, Manjula Bray sets out a five-step strategy to help plan for success

02 November 2020
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