As a controlled response to Covid-19 the Tribunals Hearing Centre has adjusted operational practices and taken steps to minimise any risk to tribunal users, staff and judicial office holders alike.  Its normal business activity is fully supported by arrangements that facilitate hearings on the papers and via a combination of remote and hybrid hearings using audio and video technology.  In addition, a limited number of physical hearings are also taking place in strict compliance with NICTS risk management protocols and the Public Health Agency guidance.  Any changes to scheduled individual hearings will be communicated directly to those affected, usually by email and/or phone.


Members of the public with any queries about courts and tribunals business should contact their local court office or the relevant tribunal.

It would be helpful if all correspondence to the office could be delivered, as far as is practicable, electronically in order for the secretariat to deal with correspondence as efficiently as possible at the current time.  For all matters in relation to the Review Tribunal, please e-mail For matters relating to all other tribunals please e-mail

Disability Action Transport Scheme (DATS)

For those people with disabilities who are due to appear at a tribunals venue but who have a difficulty using public transport to get there, Disability Action operates a door to door transport service that can be booked via this webpage

This information page will be updated with any further developments.



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Access to information

How to request information from the Department of Justice including Freedom of Information (FOI) and the use of our Publication Scheme.

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