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Archive of: 2013

Plagiarism

With recent reports suggesting that findings of plagiarism and cheating at universities are on the rise, it is apparent that universities are becoming more vigilant on addressing potential plagiarism within academic work and stricter with the sanctions they impose.

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Top Tips for Parents/Guardians on issues against Independent Schools

Top Tips for Parents/Guardians on issues against Independent Schools

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Match Solicitors recognised in 2014 Chambers and Partners guide

Match Solicitors has again been recognised in the Chambers and Partners guide

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Secondary School Admissions

Autumn is the time when leaves fall from the trees and thoughts should turn to Secondary School Admissions. If your child is due to transfer from Primary to Secondary School in September 2014 you need to make an application for a place by 31 October 2013; however, the start date for applications will vary, depending on the Council.

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Anti Bullying Week - 18th November 2013

Anita Chopra, Partner at Match Solicitors raises awareness of the effects of bullying on children, encourages victims to challenge their ‘bullies’ and involves schools, sport clubs, and other youth providers in prevention activities in honour of Anti Bullying Week.

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I am totally delighted by the services provided to me. The crucial time when I was emotionally and physically drowned by an academic accusation, Match Solicitor gave an enlightenment to my case and my academic career,I won my case and I am now doing degree in Adult Nursing. Very friendly, co-operative and efficient staff

Mohina Basnet Rai, Ashford

We were very happy to hand over our case to Match Solicitors and allow them to do what they do best - they won our appeal. They make no guarantees but at least you know, whether you win or lose, they have done their best for your child.

Mr & Mrs O'Dea, Surrey

Nicole is excellent. She was always very attentive, meticulous and extremely organised.

David Wickenden, London