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Browne Jacobson LLP is a national law firm with five regional centres in Birmingham, Exeter, London, Manchester and Nottingham. With a deep commitment to the education sector and a close alignment of strategies, Browne Jacobson is delighted to become AUDE’s latest Business Partner. Always ahead of the curve, Browne Jacobson provides fresh ideas and out of the box thinking. In the rapidly changing legal, regulatory and commercial landscape, they support education institutions of all sizes and are prepared for, and take advantage of, any opportunities (both domestically and internationally) that come their way.
As one of the country’s leading (and largest) law firms operating in the education sector, clients benefit from a true partnership approach with their multi-disciplinary practice, with services designed to assist with their bespoke needs – from construction projects, employment issues and funding matters, to protecting commercial intellectual property, health and safety, and disputes.
Browne Jacobson’s Higher Education (HE) team, led by Bettina Rigg and Dominic Swift, recognise that it is more important than ever that institutions can rely on specialist and dedicated lawyers that understand the competitive, challenging environment in which you operate. They pride themselves on working with senior leaders, management teams and in-house legal counsel to support them to enable informed and strategic decision making and identification and management of risk.
Browne Jacobson provides a comprehensive range of legal services to institutions including, but not limited to:
AUDE members can watch the latest webinars from Browne Jacobson:
Known for giving practical advice, having strong market knowledge and being easy to use, proactive and prepared to ‘give a view’, please do contact the team to discuss your bespoke needs:
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