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  • can I upload the bulky evidence?

    I have evidence for my case that is about 2000 pages. It does not all need to form part of my evidential bundle, but would I be allowed to scan and upload all the documents on a file sharing site, to allow the judge and laypeople to view the documents, should they want to whilst they are making their decision? Would this allowed? Sorry if it is a stupid question!
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    You should disclose anything necessary through the formal disclosure channels and file and serve it on the parties. If it has the possibility of affecting the outcome of your case it should be included in your bundle. 2000 pages is an awful lot, what kind of documents are they ? Can you select the parts that are directly relevant out of the 2000 and include them.

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      Originally posted by Amethyst View Post
      You should disclose anything necessary through the formal disclosure channels and file and serve it on the parties. If it has the possibility of affecting the outcome of your case it should be included in your bundle. 2000 pages is an awful lot, what kind of documents are they ? Can you select the parts that are directly relevant out of the 2000 and include them.
      They are documents disclosed by the respondent on the request of the judge. I agree that 2000 pages (interview notes from 50 candidates) are excessive and I am trying to agree with the respondent to allow about 50 pages, but I also think it would be useful for the judge to access to them should she want to. Would it be any different to her undertaking a google search on either parties in the case?

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        I'm not sure the judge is allowed to google either tbh ... do the other interview notes actually assist your case ( and presumably they are heavily redacted if obtained under FOI - do they show ethnicity of interviewee ? are they to evidence that you were the most qualified / suitable candidate ? )
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          Originally posted by Amethyst View Post
          I'm not sure the judge is allowed to google either tbh ... do the other interview notes actually assist your case ( and presumably they are heavily redacted if obtained under FOI - do they show ethnicity of interviewee ? are they to evidence that you were the most qualified / suitable candidate ? )
          Yes some of the notes certainly do- there isn't a huge amount of redaction, as only names of candidates have been removed. A separate document created by the respondent shows the ethnicities. Yes I think if the ET saw the other papers, they would see how other people had been marked

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