December 22, 2019 06:05 Updated Follow Yes, you can appeal through a process called judicial review. The procedure for this is found in IC 4-21.5-5. Keep in mind that there is a deadline for doing this, generally within thirty (30) days from the date of the ELJ's decision. Related articles What is the amount of wages I must earn to meet the minimum eligibility for unemployment insurance (UI) benefits? Is there a jury? Can I request for someone to attend a hearing and testify? What is a status report? If I file for judicial review or want a copy of the transcript, who pays for the transcript?