. The government have now put online a public listing of all Employment Tribunal decisions with the full text of the judgement. You can search it both by case title (eg a school's name) and search the full text where the names of individuals may appear. So you can find out whether, for example, your head has been named in other Employment Tribunal cases at previous schools. The flip side is that teachers bringing a Tribunal claim can also be searched by name and the details of their claim and personal information about them read by anyone - including journalists looking for articles to put in the local paper. Access it here: https://www.gov.uk/employment-tribunal-decisions I understand that the database is still 'work in progress' and not all decisions have yet been put on it. I don't know how far back they intend to go, at the moment the decisions listed are nearly all recent cases. It will be interesting to see what practical impact this has on Tribunal claims. . .