If you represent yourself you are called a self-represented litigant or litigant -in-person. Representing yourself in the Employment Tribunal may look daunting at first. After all, there is no legal aid for Employment Tribunal Representation and a ‘no win, no fee’ outfit will not take on your case if it is complicated. They will not run the risk of putting in many hours of work for which they may never be paid.
So, you don’t have legal insurance cover, you are not a member of a trade union (or your union will not take on your case) and you cannot afford a lawyer. What do you do? You have us. You do it yourself with our help.
Everything you need is on this website. Use the free information, signposting, tutorials and resources so that you understand the law and apply it to the facts of your case. If you can’t find what you need, e-mail us – firstname.lastname@example.org
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Last Updated: [01/09/2021]