Frequently Asked Questions - Will independence mean Scotland needs new courts or new judges?
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No. Independence will not result in a need for Scotland to add to its existing courts and judiciary. As at present, following independence the total number of judges will be agreed through dialogue between Scottish Ministers and the Lord President, Scotland’s most senior judge.
Source: Scotland's Future, Scottish Government, November 2013.