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Education

We have been advising education clients for well over a century and now have in excess of 100  clients within the education sector across England & Wales, including some of the biggest names in the sector.

Aside from our university and college client base, we also act for a number of sector bodies and regularly participate and speak at sector conferences and events. This experience means that our advice is pragmatic and practical, risk enabled rather than risk averse. We work hard to build relationships that matter, through our commitment to adding value in everything we do.

Our core education team made up of Smita Jamdar, Geraldine Swanton and Joanna Forbes only work for universities, colleges and other sector bodies. They are completely immersed in the education sector and are always at the forefront of sector issues. They provide strategic advice to university and colleges, regularly advising on constitutional and regulatory matters; corporate governance; freedom of information and data protection; student relations and disputes; and international ventures.

They are supported by, and work closely with, lawyers from across the firm, including from the employment, commercial, real estate and disputes teams - many of whom advise education sector clients on a daily basis.

"The education team is excellent - approachable, knowledgeable and fun."

Chambers and Partners 2016

Meet the Team

We’re passionate about providing the right solutions and driven to make a positive difference in everything we do.

Latest Education News

04 August 2016
Degree fraud is on the rise in the UK and concern is growing that the Higher Education Bill could make matters worse. read

30 June 2016
Welcome to our latest Further Education bulletin! read

17 June 2016
Welcome to our latest Higher Education bulletin! read

What our people say...

"We pride ourselves on developing strong, long-term relationships with all of our clients. We actively manage their work, understand their businesses and support them in achieving their goals."