Judgeship (noun)

The position or office of a judge; the period of time during which one holds this position.

Origin:

Judgeship comes from the word "judge" which is derived from the old french juge meaning "judge" or "magistrate". it first appeared in english in the 16th century.

Examples:

  1. He was appointed to a judgeship on the state supreme court.
  2. She had been a judge for many years and had a distinguished judgeship.
  3. The judgeship was a prestigious and highly respected position within the legal community.
  4. He was elected to the judgeship after a long and successful career as a lawyer.
  5. The judgeship came with a great deal of responsibility, as the judge was responsible for interpreting the law and making important decisions.
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