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The education sector is complex, involving many different people and authorities. Teachers, students and parents will be affected by different issues in various ways and sometimes need specialised legal support.
What made the difference – as opposed to other legal firms I had contacted, is she actually believed in me. Suffice it to say, we won the case and a successful result was obtained – in a very short time scale.TRA client
If you’re a teacher who needs advice or representation in a disciplinary case involving the TRA, Richard Nelson LLP’s teacher lawyers will be able to advise you, helping you to arrive at the best possible outcome.
Whether you’re a professional within the education sector or you’re the parent or carer of a child who wants to get the most from it, it’s essential that you receive specialist help in legal cases. It is important that you work with someone who understands how the relevant authorities work and how to succeed in cases that involve them.
If you want to find out more about the services provided by our education solicitors, click the links below. Alternatively, get in touch with us with the button at the top of the page to start a conversation with Richard Nelson LLP today.
Richard Nelson LLP’s education solicitors work with teachers, parents and students on a variety of different issues. Our team of specialist education lawyers is made up of solicitors with diverse experiences in education law. The needs of teachers, parents and students can be very different, but if you speak to our team we’ll make sure that you’re working with someone who understands the complexities of your individual circumstances. Below is a list of some of the most common services our team can provide. Please note that these lists are not exhaustive; enquire using the form on the right to discuss the details of your specific case.