ELBA has an exciting line up of events over the next six months…. The Future of Work James Davies of Lewis Silkin Thursday 21st September 2017 at Old Square Chambers Start time: 6:00 pm The Fees Challenge – Employment Tribunal Fees in the Supreme Court: R (UNISON) v Lord Chancellor Michael Ford QC Thursday 12th Read more about Forthcoming events[…]
ELBA’s Annual General meeting will take place on Wednesday 17th May 2017 at 6pm at Littleton Chambers. We are inviting nominations for the eight positions on ELBA’s management committee. If more than eight nominations are received, there will be an election. Members of ELBA should have received details of how to nominate and a nomination Read more about AGM, Elections and sanity….[…]
ELBA was delighted to celebrate His Honour Judge Peter Clark at last night’s annual dinner in recognition of his approaching retirement and the end of an era at the Employment Appeal Tribunal. Both Gavin Mansfield QC, on behalf of the Association, and Mrs Justice Simler, President of the EAT spoke to pay tribute to his Read more about ELBA Dinner[…]
ELBA recently responded to the governments consultation on on Reforming the Employment Tribunal System.
Read more about Consultation on Employment Tribunal Reform
The ELBA Annual Dinner will be on 9th February 2017 at Haberdashers’ Hall Guest of honour: His Honour Judge Peter Clark Drinks reception from 7pm Dinner at 7.45pm prompt Tickets are £95 per head. There will be a maximum of 5 spaces at £65 for ELBA members who are under 3 years call to be Read more about ELBA Dinner[…]
ELBA has responded to BIS’s recent call for evidence on non-compete clauses.
Lord Justice Briggs has now completed his Final Report.
ELBA made two submissions to Lord Justice Briggs: Read more about Civil Courts Structure Review: Final Report
ELBA is grateful to Lord Justice Briggs for meeting with our members to discuss and answer questions on, his review of the Civil Courts Structure. Download notes of the Q&A
Over a period of two and a half years a research team based in the universities of Bristol and Strathclyde have been working in seven Citizens Advice bureaux (CABx) in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland collecting data about how people with few resources have attempted to pursue their employment dispute with the support of CABx. Read more about Access to Justice in the Employment Tribunal System and the impact of fees[…]