Blog recommendation: etclaims.co.uk
There’s a fantastic book called Employment Tribunal Claims: Tactics and Precedents which I followed religiously when I acted as a lay representative during an Employment Tribunal case earlier in the year. It’s great for providing an overview of how the tribunal system works for someone just looking up at it from the bottom.
The book emerged from the collected resources and experience of a London law centre and is written from the perspective of pro bono representatives who do it a lot. The advice, from if you should claim to how you should cross examine a witness, works for everyone and it might even be worth having a read just in case if you’re an employee.
What I didn’t realise is that there is a companion site to the book at etclaims.co.uk which has a regularly updated blog on employment tribunal practice. If you’re involved in employment cases I can see this being very useful to check.