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Specialist education lawyers

How can an education lawyer help my organisation?

In a changing education landscape, it is more important than ever that you can rely on a specialist team of dedicated and trusted education lawyers and HR consultants that understand the competitive, challenging environment in which you operate.

Always ahead of the curve, we provide fresh ideas and out of the box thinking to ensure that educational institutions of all sizes, from small village schools to large academy trusts and internationally-orientated universities, are prepared, and able to take advantage of opportunities that come their way.

Priding ourselves on helping our clients do what is fundamentally right for their institutions and learners; our sector leading professionals support the full range of education institutions in the sector, including schools of all structures (maintained, faith and independent), academies and multi-academy trusts (MATs) and multi-academy companies (MACs), Further Education and Higher Education Institutions (HEIs).

What education legal advice and services do you offer?

As one of the largest education teams in the country our legal and HR specialists have a wealth of education knowledge and experience. We also draw in expertise from across our full-service law firm to assist clients with their bespoke needs – from construction projects, employment issues and funding matters, to protecting commercial IP, health and safety, and disputes.

Our team are there to help you to make and take opportunity in the rapidly changing legal, regulatory and commercial landscape, both domestically and internationally.

We also offer help and advice on the following:

Why choose Browne Jacobson education lawyers?

We provide genuine insight and a fresh perspective to the issues you face as well as delivering client focused solutions rather than technical answers to defined legal questions. For further information on how we can help you please contact us.

Don’t take our word for it:

It’s in the DNA of Browne Jacobson to work in a collaborative way.

Sam McGinty, Loughborough University

We feel like part of the team.

We feel like one and the same.

Graham Feek, Greenwood Academies Trust

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