The Basics of Tribunal Representation

Have you ever made an application to a tribunal and failed to get what you wanted? Have you ever wondered why? Have you ever thought about how you could have done better? If you have answered yes to any of those questions, this is for you. Using specific examples and this handy guide will help you to:

  • front page to the basics of tribunal representationKnow what the rules say
  • Know what the rules mean
  • Know what you have to do
  • Know how to get what you want

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Author: Edward Jacobs, Judge of the Upper Tribunal

Publication date: March 20 2014

 

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