Yes of course. You don't have to be ready to instruct a barrister to contact us. One of our experienced team of... Read more
Yes, this is particularly important in transition years post-16 and post-19. The DfE is reviewing its guidance after a... Read more
You have to consider mediation before they can appeal to a tribunal. But approaches can be inconsistent and depend on... Read more
There is now a national two-year trial until April 2020 and presently the gateway to an appeal can only be an... Read more
The purpose of extending EHCPs from the age of 19 to 25 is to avoid young people being abandoned after school with no... Read more
Yes we do. We also assist national law firm Simpson Millar, one of two legal aid contract providers for SEN advice... Read more
Councils are drawing up thousands of new education, health and care plans (EHCPs) a year – 36,000 in 2016-17 and were... Read more
The tribunal can also hear cases concerning discrimination in schools, but is unable to make any awards of financial... Read more
By 2018, between 3,000 and 4,700 appeals a year have been registered with the First-tier SEND Tribunal since the plans... Read more
Our barristers – or a referred solicitor we recommend - can assist you with initial liaison with the school to... Read more
The SEN statement is a legal document and is subject to an annual review. As a parent you should be involved in its... Read more
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