The law relating to the education sector is highly specialist. Exponential growth and increasing competition within the sector, combined with increasing and unprecedented regulation, alongside significant ongoing legal challenges mean that education institutions are in need of more support than ever. It is therefore crucial to remain abreast of any change and pre-empt risk.
Whether you need legal advice on commercial matters, property, construction, procurement, intellectual property, research contracts, student issues or employment, our team of expert lawyers can support you in your operational needs and guide you through the opportunities and risks that you might be facing. Where appropriate, our dedicated teams of experts will work together to ensure that you have all bases covered.
Steven is an insurance litigation lawyer with nearly 20 years’ experience of general insurance work, with particular expertise in defending local authorities, public authorities and insurers against the whole range of civil claims brought against them.
An experienced intellectual property and information technology solicitor, Maureen works across a wide variety of sectors including healthcare, technology, education, travel, media and entertainment.
Robert is a property litigation specialist and acts for both commercial and private clients in relation to all types of disputes relating to land, including property developments where there are issues concerning restrictive covenants or overage provisions.
Tom is an experienced lawyer who specialises in the non-contentious aspects of construction, development and finance law.
Will is both a solicitor and UK & European chartered trade mark and design attorney. His practice covers the protection, monitoring and exploitation of IP in the UK, Europe and globally.
Sarah-Jane specialises in employment law and advises corporate, institutional, and individual clients on a broad range of contentious and non-contentious issues. She has a wealth of experience advising employers on grievance and disciplinary issues, performance management, sickness absence, family leave, and terminations (including redundancy processes).