Publisher:Legal Action Group
Page count:798pp
Tribunal practice and procedure
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Edition5th edition
Description: Tribunal practice and procedure
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‘It is a privilege to introduce the fifth edition of this well-established text by a distinguished Upper Tribunal Judge …This new edition continues to provide judges, practitioners and tribunal users with authoritative commentary on the rules and case law governing the daily work of our tribunals. Its author's long experience, combined with his clarity of style and his meticulous attention to detail, will ensure that it remains an invaluable guide to those searching for solutions to often knotty procedural questions.’ Dame Judith Farbey DBE, President of the Upper Tribunal (Administrative Appeals Chamber), from her foreword
‘This book is a remarkable achievement and is thoroughly recommended for those who sit on, appear before, or otherwise have to consider the work of tribunals.’ Senior Immigration Judge in the Upper Tribunal
‘This is highly recommended reading for anyone preparing cases for or representing at any tribunal under the new integrated system.’ Adviser
Tribunal Practice and Procedure is the most comprehensive and authoritative guide to the integrated tribunal system created over ten years ago by the Tribunals, Courts and Enforcement Act 2007. It provides a structured approach to the practice and procedure of tribunals, setting the rules of procedure in context and providing a framework for understanding and analysing the practices that apply to them.
The tribunal system has, for now, attained a steady state though the matters over which it has jurisdiction continue to expand, especially in the General Regulatory Chamber of the First-tier Tribunal and the Administrative Appeals Chamber of the Upper Tribunal. The judicial review work of the Immigration and Asylum Chamber of the Upper Tribunal has now established its position in place of the Administrative Court for that jurisdiction
As well as dealing with the rules of procedure, this book contains practical advice for tribunal members and those who appear before them. For parties and their representatives, it deals with obtaining and assessing evidence, writing decisions, applying for adjournments, techniques of questioning and tribunal advocacy.
This is essential reading for tribunal judges and panel members, representatives and anyone who appears before the tribunal or is interested in how they work.

About the author

Edward Jacobs is one of the founding judges of the Upper Tribunal, assigned to the Administrative Appeals Chamber.