The Lanyon Bowdler education law team is made up of experienced Education Solicitors, with a deep understanding of the issues facing primary & secondary schools, colleges and Universities across the UK.
Education law is the legal discipline encompassing all of the possible legal issues pertaining to school systems and student’s rights. This is a complex area as educational institutions face a unique combination of legal and regulatory issues due their position at the intersection of the public, private and charity sectors.
Our Education Lawyers provide clear and practical legal advice for schools, students and families covering the full range of issues related to law in the education sector.
Lanyon Bowdler’s education team provides legal advice to nurseries, maintained and independent schools (including academies) and colleges. Members of our team also have considerable experience in providing advice to Church of England Diocesan Boards and local education authorities.
Our support includes:
Expertise and accessibility
Our team of Education Solicitors have day to day experience of working with education clients and have over the years developed an in depth understanding of the education sector and the issues of importance to our clients. Many members of the team are governors at academies and other schools. This gives us a first-hand insight into the challenges our education clients face in an ever changing world.
With offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Conwy, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford, Lanyon Bowdler is uniquely placed to act for nurseries, schools, academies and colleges in and around Shropshire and Herefordshire. In addition to the high standards of service and transparent and innovative pricing associated with Lanyon Bowdler, our education clients choose to use us because of our combination of local knowledge, understanding and accessibility and national expertise and connections in the education sector.
One of our education team is amongst the solicitors invited to attend meetings with the academies team at the DfE to advise on changes to the model documentation and discuss developments in the academies programme so we are well placed to advise your school on conversion and to ensure that the process goes smoothly so that you can focus on running your school.
Peace of mind
We provide a full range of conversion and post conversion services to schools so we are on hand to continue to support you. In association with AXA, we offer LB Protect-Ed: a management liability insurance policy specifically for the education sector. Click here for details.
Lanyon Bowdler are ranked at tier three in the West Midlands by the 2020 edition of The Legal 500. The directory states: "Lanyon Bowdler covers a range of matters for academies, schools and colleges, spanning school conversions to academy, collaboration agreements, academic terminations, compliance matters, development projects, employee contracts and employment disputes. Employment law specialist William Morse heads the team."
If you would like a no-obligation chat about your legal needs, please contact a member of the team directly by phone or complete our online enquiry form.
With offices in Shrewsbury, Bromyard, Conwy, Hereford, Ludlow, Oswestry and Telford, we are a leading practise of Education Law Solicitors able to provide legal services for the eductional sector all over Shropshire, Herefordshire, Mid and North Wales and across the Midlands and Birmingham. As a recognised full-service law firm, we can provide expert education legal advice wherever you are in the UK.
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- Derwen College, Oswestry
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- Fairfield High School, Hereford
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