Universities and Further Education

Universities and further education providers have to oversee a variety of things at once; from ensuring quality education that will lead to improved prospects for students to staying commercial and creating revenue. In order to achieve your goals and help your students achieve theirs, you need sound advice from sector experts.

Meet the team

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Supporting universities and further education providers

We work with you, providing strategic advice and helping you manage competing internal demands. We can also structure your projects and provide flexible support during secondment arrangements.

Alongside this, we provide bespoke contract playbook reports with red, amber and green reporting along with mitigation steps. Alongside this, we assist with internal investigations, intellectual property matters and funding submissions.

Our experience in the further education arena

Our experience in the further and higher education sector is extensive – we know the challenges providers face and what other institutions are doing. Where needed, we work in collaboration with our specialist team of international lawyers, assisting with international partnerships, recruitment and jurisdictional issues.

Our award-winning Education team provide balanced, easy to understand and up-to-date advice on governance, status and regulatory obligations. Our breadth of expertise as a full-service law firm means we can call on specialists in a range of areas, from data protection and commercial to real estate and employment matters.

Who we work with in the universities and further education sector

Our team work in tandem with key members of your further and higher education institutions, from university secretaries to directors of estates, boards of governors and vice chancellors to principals and directors of commercialisation to ensure all facets of your organisation are covered.

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