As a Lay Applicant, can I challenge a decision not to certify that there is a case to answer?
There is a right of appeal by the Lay Applicant to the High Court under section 49(2), Solicitors Act 1974 (as amended). The parties to the appeal are…
Do I have to inform the Tribunal about my appeal to the Administrative Court?
Yes, you must tell the Chair of the Tribunal from whose decision the appeal is brought that you are appealing against the decision – see Civil …
How do I appeal against a substantive decision of the Tribunal?
Appeals from substantive decisions of the Tribunal lie to the Administrative Court. The Tribunal is not a party to appeals from its substantive …
Can I watch a Tribunal hearing?
Yes. Most hearings are open to the public and we encourage remote attendance by Zoom. However, any party to a case and any person who claims to be …