- Q: How soon can I expect my case to be listed for hearing?
A: For the current waiting time for cases to be listed
for your county, please contact the Tribunal Secretariat at the telephone number situated on the bottom of this page.
- Q: Do I need a representative when appearing before the Tribunal?
A: No, you may appear and be heard in person. Alternatively you
may choose to be represented by counsel or solicitor or by a
representative of a trade union or of an employers’ organisation,
or with the leave of the Tribunal, by any other person
- Q: Will I need to bring any documentation?
A: A party to an application should bring to the hearing
five copies of any relevant documents or other evidence which
he/she wishes to submit in support of his/her case. Such documents
may consist of evidence of unemployment or Social Welfare
payments, payslips, conditions of employment, income tax
statements e.g. P45 or P60.
- Q: What are the procedures for presenting a case?
A: If you are represented your representative will be able to
advise you or if you are not represented the Tribunal Division
will explain the procedure prior to the commencement of
It would be advisable to read the explanatory leaflet on the
Tribunal and direct any specific enquiries to the
Secretariat prior to the hearing.