All posts in the Members’ chambers (legal secretaries, judgment readers, assistants) are temporary, in terms of budget. These may be filled by officials seconded to the Court Member in the interests of the service. Otherwise, they are filled by 2 (c) temporary staff, with a contract “concluded for an indefinite period, but limited to the duration of the term of office” of the Member. 
Although it is often the case that the staff member can continue his or her career with the same or another judge, there is no guarantee of this.
Judges and Advocates General of the Court of Justice and the General Court “freely choose the staff of their chambers on the basis of a relationship of mutual trust established between the member and the successful candidate”. 
Unlike the careers of officials in the various departments of the institution, the progression of chamber’s staff is automatic and predetermined by instruments that have not been published. One would think that there would be no room for competition between colleagues. Unfortunately, this is not always the case, and incompatibility of temperament may result in the ejection of someone who has lost the confidence of his or her judge, without further ado.
 There is also a greater geographical imbalance in the Members’ chambers, due to the fact that the working language is French.
 Read d’Lëtzebuerger Land of 08.10.2021, Dominique Seytre, Adopte un référendaire.