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Archive of: 2015

I don’t agree with my essay mark, what steps should I take?

When you’ve put a lot of time and revision into preparing for an important essay, assignment or exam and then you don’t get the mark you expect it can be incredibly disappointing.

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Primary school national offer day 2015

Primary school national offer day 2015
We have been inundated with calls, at our offices near the Old Bailey, from worried parents from around the UK, who are bracing themselves for disappointment with their primary school place offer.

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My friend wants to copy my work, what should I do?

My friend wants to copy my work, what should I do?
When a close friend asks you to get them out of a hole by letting them copy your work then you could be landing you and your friend in more trouble than you bargained for if you simply say yes.

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How far will parents go to get their child the school place they’re looking for?

How far will parents go to get their child the school place they’re looking for?
With the 16th April looming and parents fretting about whether their child will get the primary school place they’re looking for, we thought it would be timely to look at some of the issues parents face with this dilemma and how far some will actually go to get their child into their school of choice.

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Inflexible Policies

Rishi Mital and Matthew Wyard discuss the legality of the Nursing and Midwifery Council's time limits for the completion of degree courses.

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Help Take The Stress Out Of School Admissions

It’s school admissions time again and Anita Chopra of Match Solicitors is here to explain how parents can improve their chances of winning the “race for a place”

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Birmingham Education Lawyers Lend Library support

Match Solicitors is proud to announce its financial support of the Library of Birmingham Trust (LBT).

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UCAS Application Deadline Looming

As we usher in the New Year, prospective university students must contend with the stress of finalising and submitting their UCAS applications.

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Special Educational Needs (SEN)

Our client was the parent of a 12 year old child who had a Statement of Special Educational Needs (‘the Statement’) that named a maintained secondary school in Part 4; the child had attended the school since starting in Year 7 and had continued to receive a high level of sanctions for his behaviour.

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European Education Law

European Education Law
Our client was an international corporation with over 15 subsidiary bodies and not for profit organisations, focused on academic placements and international travel for study.

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Match Solicitors offered me a nearly perfect service. Match Solicitors play a very important role in protecting Students.

Miss Li, Beijing

Match Solicitors were highly recommended to us not only for their undisputed comprehensive knowledge of the SEN legal minefield, but for their understanding of autism and other disorders and consequent compassionate work ethic. Their diligence and consummate professionalism ensured that the Local Authority were forced to take our son’s case seriously. It is almost impossible to articulate how grateful we are to Rishi and Anita for their hard work and dedication.

Mr & Mrs Williams, Hertfordshire

I found the overall service extremely professional, knowledgeable, efficient and sensitive with regard to my matter. I felt Match always kept me informed and abreast of procedures with legal explanation wherever necessary. arose I would have no hesitation in approaching Match again and would have pleasure in recommending their services to anyone in need of professional educational assistance.

Ms Noel, Middlesex