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3 December 2020 Are you ready for Brexit: Immigration update for schools and academy trusts

On 31 December 2020 the Brexit transition period will come to an end. This will end the free movement of EU, EEA and Swiss nationals to live, work and study in the UK without prior permission.

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3 December 2020 be connected newsletter for education - December 2020

In this edition we provide you with the latest in legal updates, news and insight from the sector.

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3 December 2020 Covid’s costly impact on school attendance

From the start of the autumn term it has been a national priority to keep education settings open full-time. Attendance numbers have suffered during the pandemic (particularly amongst 11 to 18-year olds) and pupil numbers are at their lowest since re-opening.

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2 December 2020 Advocacy in Action: Inquests, suicide and self-harm

The Browne Jacobson team of barristers are celebrating their 10th anniversary in December 202 and will be reflecting on their experience at hearings before Courts and Tribunals nationwide to identify key issues and lessons for schools and education providers.

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2 December 2020 Contracts – top 10 tips on how to get it right

Effective contract management can ensure that the parties minimise risks and avoid disputes arising. We have set out below our top tips for avoiding contract disputes in the education sector.

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21 October 2020 be connected newsletter for higher education - October 2020

In this edition we provide you with the latest in legal updates, news and insight from the higher education sector.

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19 October 2020 The Electronic Communications Code – Is the tide turning in favour of landowners?

Mention telecoms masts to most estate teams and you will immediately see that they are not their favourite topic and recently negotiations have been made more difficult by virtue of the rights the telecoms providers have under the new Electronic Communications Code.

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19 October 2020 Could your new Covid-19 related intellectual property (IP) be commandeered by the Crown?

Universities across the nation have been working valiantly to produce a vaccine for SARS-CoV-2, otherwise known as Covid-19, in addition to working tirelessly on new testing options. It is easy in these times to forget that universities may still own valuable intellectual property (IP) created in these efforts.

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19 October 2020 Getting the best out of virtual HR casework meetings

When the Government’s lockdown suddenly fell upon us, we all scrambled to find new ways of working. One of our HR consultant tells us his experience of holding virtual meetings during the COVID-19 pandemic and how to get the best out of them.

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19 October 2020 Governance during the pandemic and beyond …

The pandemic will have seriously tested the effectiveness of governance of higher education institutions. Both in respect of the response to the challenges presented but also in terms of preparedness to respond and deal with major global events.

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