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Education Law


Education Law is a specialist area that involves legal principles affecting children and students within the education system.


Education Act 1996 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 23 March 2020. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date, especially considering COVID-19 pandemic.


Decisions are made by schools, colleges, universities, and local authorities all the time. It is important to remember that these are not always lawful, and every case is considered individually.


We offer a genuine one to one approach.


We are able to advise you in respect of:


  • Higher Education Appeals

  • Special Educational Needs

  • Appeals and Tribunals

  • Judicial Review

  • School Admissions and Exclusions

  • Complaints against a Local Authority or School

We will take thorough instructions from you to understanding your/your child’s unique circumstances. We will then explain to you, in simple terms to understand, how the law can work for you, and the steps that are available to resolve the problems.


Our Further and Higher Education Law Department here at GSG Law can assist and advise on all matters relating to University and College internal procedures. Our knowledgeable and hands-on Education Consultant can offer assistance and advice on  Higher Education Appeals ranging from University Misconduct Hearings, Academic appeals to appealing to the officer of the Independent Adjudication Office (OIA).


It is important to instruct a solicitor at the early stages, as there are short deadlines to appeal at different stages.


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