Employment Appeal Tribunal
a tribunal under the Employment Protection Consolidation Act 1978 made up of High Court judges and judges of the Court of Session and lay members. It hears appeals on points of law from employment tribunals. A further appeal on a point of law can be taken to the Court of Appeal or the Inner House.

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Employment Appeal Tribunal
(EAT)
A tribunal established by statute to hear and rule on appeals from decisions of the employment tribunal, the certification officer and the Central Arbitration Committee. The EAT consists of a judge with two (or unusually four) lay members.
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