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Archive of: 2018

Match Solicitors sells its Brand to Sinclairslaw to create the go to Education Law Firm!

Match Solicitors sells its Brand to Sinclairslaw to create the go to Education Law Firm!
Sinclairslaw is delighted to announce that it has bought the five star brand of Match Solicitors which now makes Sinclairslaw the leading Education Law practice in England and Wales.

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Match Solicitors sponsor a childrens soft play area

Match Solicitors sponsor a childrens soft play area
Match Solicitors is proud to team up with disability charity Livability to assist with Livability’s projects in improving the communities and lives of disabled people throughout the country.

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NCTL referral is dismissed at the first stage

NCTL referral is dismissed at the first stage
We recently acted for a Teacher who was being pursued by the National College of Teaching and Leadership (“the NCTL”) after allegations were made against her concerning professional misconduct. Our client was accused of acting in a dishonest manner by proving incorrect information on her CV.

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Match successfully assists student who was refused legal representations

Match successfully assists student who was refused legal representations
Our client was informed of an investigation against him alleging serious misconduct of a sexual nature, upon which he was invited to a Disciplinary Hearing at the University and faced permanent exclusion if he were to been found guilty of the offence. The complexity of this case was heightened further due to his diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome and the fact that despite knowledge of this, the University refused to allow him to be legally represented during the proceedings.

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Match secures independent school in EHC Plan

Match secures independent school in EHC Plan
We acted for the parent of a 14 year old girl who had an Education, Health and Care Plan. Her daughter had Cerebral Palsy, learning difficulties, and a visual impairment, resulting from a brain injury suffered as a baby. She had attended an independent special school for over 10 years but was due to leave the school as it only took children up to the age of 14. Our client requested that she move to a different independent special school but her Local Authority refused this, and named instead a maintained special school which our client did not consider would be suitable.

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Success in challenge to Masters degree classification

Success in challenge to Masters degree classification
We were recently instructed by a client in relation to a challenge to the classification of his Masters degree. He had been awarded a Merit for the degree but had been assessed as missing out on a Distinction by a very small margin. We assisted in the preparation of an appeal against the decision and identified that it appeared that the University had not properly applied its regulations when determining what classification to award.

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Everything you need to know about 2018 primary school applications

Everything you need to know about 2018 primary school applications
Monday 15 January 2018 is the deadline for primary school applications, so if you haven't already done so, you need to take action quickly. Your chances of getting the place you want for your child are greatly reduced if you miss the deadline.

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Testimonials

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

Miss Li, Beijing

Exemplary, professional, supportive, and empathetic. Polite and responsive. A pleasure to work with.

Mr Reekie, Croydon

The service was first class and I was encouraged by the Solicitors sound knowledge of education law. Having a child with special needs is a challenge to any parent and the whole process of going to an educational tribunal can be quite daunting. Match Solicitors was able to get the job done professionally and to the highest standard and yet still retaining a very caring and human side which was very reassuring.

Mrs O Akagbosu, London