65Guidance about proceduresE+W+S+N.I.
(1)The Lord Chancellor may issue guidance about procedures for the performance by the Commission or a selection panel of its functions of—
(a)identifying persons willing to be considered for selection under this Part, and
(b)assessing such persons for the purposes of selection.
(2)The guidance may, among other things, relate to consultation or other steps in determining such procedures.
(3)The purposes for which guidance may be issued under this section include the encouragement of diversity in the range of persons available for selection.
(4)The Commission and any selection panel must have regard to the guidance in matters to which it relates.
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