Legal experts trusted by schools, academies, education providers and dioceses across the country
Why?

We believe education is of fundamental importance for human flourishing and the common good.

Our clients tell us that the service we provide is unique. We believe this comes directly from our commitment to the purpose of our firm, ‘to improve lives, community and society’.

How?

Investing in relationships

Through open, transparent conduct, collaborative working and investing in the development of long-term relationships.

Ethical pricing

Our goal is not to maximise profit, but to become the leading advisor to those who wish to build a stronger, more connected society.

What?
Adding value

We also provide a number of free additional benefits to our clients, including:

Education Helpline

Ongoing free access to our Education Helpline for up to half an hours support with any legal matter.

Legal updates

We provide regular updates by email to keep you fully up to date with changes in legislation and policy as soon as they happen.

Lessons learnt reviews

We will take part in “Lessons Learnt” reviews with members of your team and key stakeholders.

Peer review sessions

Making lawyers available for free “peer review” time to work on a specific new initiative or idea for improved service delivery.

Anthony Collins Solicitors has become part of our extended family, with support and service of the highest quality being offered to us and our schools and value-for-money and excellence at the heart.
Canon Linda Wainscot, Diocesan Director of Education, Coventry Diocese
...has a flair for finding common ground between individuals and has an impressively deep understanding of the complexity of policy in relation to MAT status within an increasingly fragmented system.
Colin Hopkins, Diocesan Director of Education, Diocese of Lichfield
For further information

For more information, please contact Christopher Whittington. Alternatively, please take a look at the education pages of our website.