We have a track record in supporting educational establishments, providing a value for money service.
Our understanding of the changing landscape in the education sector and the pressures facing school and college leaders has allowed us to develop a range of services to suit different requirements. Our approach is to work with you as part of your team, in order to manage all of your legal needs, helping you to comply with good practice and manage risk effectively.
We currently have over 10 trustees and elected governors in secondary schools, colleges of further education, primary schools, and specialised colleges, demonstrating our commitment to be actively involved in the education sector.
Advanced Procurement for Universities & Colleges and Crescent Purchasing Consortium Legal Services Frameworks
Foot Anstey has been appointed as a "One Stop Shop" provider covering the South West and South Wales under the APUC framework. Legal services include commercial, property, employment and charity/constitutional law. We have also been appointed to the South West Lot under the Crescent Purchasing Consortium framework. Legal services include property, commercial, dispute resolution, employment and governance.
If you would like to instruct us under the APUC or CPC framework or you have any framework related questions, please contact Duncan Tringham, partner on +44 (0)1752 675027 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
With expertise across a broad range of legal fields we are able to support education establishments on a full service basis. In particular, we can advise on any property, disputes, health & safety, employment and pensions, corporate governance and company and charity issues.
We also have a detailed knowledge of specialist issues affecting different areas of the education sector. To find out more about these services please click the relevant link:
They give 'sensible, contextualised advice that is both strategic and clear’ on academy and procurement issues, and on collaboration between institutions. Legal 500 2015