Education

Heirs denied land worth over £1m as court rules in favour of council

The sale of a school on gifted land did not end an educational charitable trust

Degree apprenticeships: bridging the legal sector skills gap

Apprenticeships have provided an effective way to meet the needs of the non-lawyer staff base in the delivery of legal services, says Jacqueline Panter

01 Jun 2019 | Education

Preserving one’s position

Rizvan Mussa and Salima Mawji reflect on the latest High Court guidance on judicial review and complaints to the Office of the Independen

25 Sep 2017 | Education

Disadvantaging young people

Turkey’s removal of Darwinism from the classroom raises questions closer to home, explain Helen Hall and Javier Garci

11 Sep 2017 | Education

Certainty over regular attendance

A recent Supreme Court decision clarifies the meaning of regular attendance, says To

25 Apr 2017 | Education

How safe is schools’ monitoring of pupils?

Clare Edwards examines the privacy implications of the eSafe service and what schools should be aware of if employing thi

27 Mar 2017 | Education

Landslide vote for human rights lawyer

Glasgow University students send message of unity against hatred an

24 Mar 2017 | Crime

How will the GDPR affect schools and universities?

Educational institutions will need to be increasingly diligent about how they use and process students’ personal information, explain Salima Mawji and Sali

21 Feb 2017 | Education

A break for term-time holidays?

Fenella Morris QC and Anna Bicarregui consider the Supreme Court appeal on term-tim

14 Feb 2017 | Education

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