The Supreme Court’s 16 judges are known as Justices of the Supreme Court. They are appointed by the government at the end of an open application procedure. The President of the Supreme Court is Justice Anders Eka. Justice Gudmund Toijer is the chief divisional justice. As a rule, two of the 16 justices serve in the Council on Legislation. Service in the Council on Legislation is usually for one year at a time. The 14 adjudicating justices are divided into two divisions. One of these is led by the President of the Supreme Court and the other by the chief divisional justice. The title justice is also used for judges in the Supreme Administrative Court.