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Hi nishyboo,
Due to an updated spec I have only done employment tribunals and their evaluation are as follows:
advantages
costs - legal represantation isn't essential, no fees to make a claim, and each parties pay for their own costs no matter the outcome
speed - there is a set hearing date and the "trial" is completed within a day
informality - no offical outft for memebers of the court, relaxed environment in comparision to court and allows confidence to those who are litigants in person
disadvantages
lack of public funding - financially challenged individuals would'nt have access to legal representation and this can cause discrepency between an employer with representaion and an employee without it. This condradicts the tribunals whole function of assisting disadvantaged individuals
formality - chairperson must be legally qualified and the added lawyers and conduct makes the "trial" more formal in comparison to other forms of ADR
delay - growing number of tribunal cases leads to a delay added to the lay memebers only working in tribunals for part time. Also complex cases may lead to more than one day in court.

im sure the advantages and disadvantages are similar applying to any form of tribunal
i hope this helps
An A level Law student drowing in homework
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Hi nishyboo,
Due to an updated spec I have only done employment tribunals and their evaluation are as follows:
advantages
costs - legal represantation isn't essential, no fees to make a claim, and each parties pay for their own costs no matter the outcome
speed - there is a set hearing date and the "trial" is completed within a day
informality - no offical outft for memebers of the court, relaxed environment in comparision to court and allows confidence to those who are litigants in person
disadvantages
lack of public funding - financially challenged individuals would'nt have access to legal representation and this can cause discrepency between an employer with representaion and an employee without it. This condradicts the tribunals whole function of assisting disadvantaged individuals
formality - chairperson must be legally qualified and the added lawyers and conduct makes the "trial" more formal in comparison to other forms of ADR
delay - growing number of tribunal cases leads to a delay added to the lay memebers only working in tribunals for part time. Also complex cases may lead to more than one day in court.

im sure the advantages and disadvantages are similar applying to any form of tribunal
i hope this helps
An A level Law student drowing in homework
thanks girl, i’ll let you know my grade when it arrives. Lol xx
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