A Chronology is a document that provides the Employment Tribunal with dates, brief descriptions of events and references to documents.
The Tribunal may ask for a Chronology before the Final Hearing. However, even if they don’t, it can be a good way for you to remember the facts while running your case. Here are some examples of how others may use a Chronology for the Employment Tribunal.
Karolina has her Employment Tribunal Final Hearing in a few weeks’ time and the Tribunal has ordered her and the Respondent to agree a chronology to use at the Final Hearing.
She drafts a chronology using Valla and sends this to the Respondent for them to agree, before providing this to the Tribunal in advance of the hearing.
Once you’ve drafted your Chronology document using Valla, here’s what you need to do next:
A law firm can cost anywhere from an initial consultation fee of £200 to £35,000+ plus VAT for Tribunal representation.
Valla offers users low-cost alternatives to pricey law firms. We can help guide you through the process and generate legal documents for your use.
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