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Archive of: 2015

Free legal advice for parents and students at the Library of Birmingham

Free legal advice for parents and students at the Library of Birmingham
We have teamed up with the Library of Birmingham to help parents and students with their search for knowledge and for justice.

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I have been called to a Fitness to Practise Panel, what can I do?

I have been called to a Fitness to Practise Panel, what can I do?
Being called to a Fitness to Practise Panel can be a very stressful and worrying experience. If you have set your heart on a career in Medicine or Law and then your career prospects are put into doubt by having your fitness to practise questioned, then this can have a profound affect on your confidence and understandably cause a great deal of upset.

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Nursing and Midwifery Council yields to challenge over pregnancy and sex discrimination

Nursing and Midwifery Council yields to challenge over pregnancy and sex discrimination
NHS Nursing Regulator has changed one of its most fundamental rules following a challenge from a trainee nurse on the grounds of both direct and indirect discrimination.

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Students awarded £400,000 compensation after complaints

Students awarded £400,000 compensation after complaints
Salima Mawji is quoted on the BBC article regarding student compensation awards

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Have you been accused of cheating in an exam?

Have you been accused of cheating in an exam?
If you have been accused of cheating in an exam then the penalties you will face are likely to be severe. All universities and colleges take cheating very seriously and if you are alleged to have gained an unfair advantage or broke any of the conduct rules of the examination then you will be asked to attend a meeting to discuss your case.

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I am a Ph.D. student and my supervisor is never available to discuss my research. What can I do?

I am a Ph.D. student and my supervisor is never available to discuss my research. What can I do?
The relationship between a Ph.D. student and their supervisor is a crucial one and the foundation on which Ph.D.s are built. However, sometimes this relationship can get a bit fraught, especially when disagreements and difficulties in the relationship develop.

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Match Solicitors turns 10

Match Solicitors turns 10
Reflecting over the last 10 years, the lawyers at Match Solicitors have had the privilege of positively assisting and affecting the lives of many parents, students and children. Being an education lawyer is a remarkable life.

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I know somebody copied my university assignment, should I keep quiet or mention it to someone?

I know somebody copied my university assignment, should I keep quiet or mention it to someone?
Cases of copying, cheating, collusion and plagiarism are more common than you might think and if it’s happened to you then you need to act quickly to make sure the issue is dealt with.

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I am being provided with conflicting course information and it is affecting my grades. Who can I approach?

I am being provided with conflicting course information and it is affecting my grades. Who can I approach?
With university fees having increased up to £9,000 per year for students in England, it’s important to ensure you get what you sign up for.

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Match starts second decade with some new faces

Match starts second decade with some new faces
To celebrate our 10th anniversary we're pleased to announce the first stage of a radical growth programme, with three significant appointments.

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Match Solicitors would definitely be my first choice, when I need to work with solicitors, who are specialists in education Law.

Miss Kav, London

The service received from Match Solicitors was faultless; highly professional and efficient. The advice received was extremely sound and sensible. The service was fairly priced.

Mr Moore, Kent

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