Our top picks about representing yourself in a tribunal

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If you want to know more about going to a tribunal, don't wade through endless internet pages. Our 'Top Picks' service provides handpicked links to the best information available on the web. Just click on each link below to have a look at the selection of top picks we've put together to help you if you are representing yourself in a tribunal.

Alternatively type a word or phrase into the Advicenow search box and we'll present you with a choice of hand-selected, quality-checked results. You can find the search box by clicking on 'Search' at the top of this page.

  • Courts and tribunals - background information on the different courts and tribunals.
  • Benefit appeals - What to do if you think a decision about your benefits is wrong. How to appeal against decisions. Time limits for appealing.
  • Employment tribunals - Tribunals that deal with employment problems including unfair dismissal, failure to pay agreed wages and discrimination.
  • Special educational needs - Information about the provision of educational facilities for children with specific needs. Includes children with physical or sensory impairments, learning disabilities, emotional or behavioural difficulties, or issues with speech or language. Includes details of assessments, statements and your right of appeal.
  • Asylum appeals - Includes information about appealing against decisions relating to asylum.
  • Access to justice - how you can take legal action, and what help you can get, for example with the cost.
  • Dispute resolution and arbitration - information about ways you can solve disputes without going to court. Includes mediation.
  • Legal aid and advice - information about the help you can get with legal costs.
  • Legal procedure - information about all aspects of taking a case to court.
  • Lawyers - information about the various types of lawyers in England and Wales. Includes barristers and solicitors.
November 2016

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