Muckle LLP provides legal advice and support to any school, whether it is a state school, academy or independent school. Independently recognised as a leading education practice, we have built our reputation through understanding the key legal challenges that schools face.
Our Education Team understands the issues and constraints impacting across the sector and can provide the help you need, when you need it. The team comprises experts in education, governance, property, employment law, commercial contracts and dispute resolution. We act for a number of academies and are advising schools on their conversion to academies.
We are here to provide the best advice and service we possibly can. This is at the centre of everything that we do. Understanding your needs and objectives means we can deliver an outstanding, cost effective service.
We offer initial meetings without charge to explore solutions to your queries. Contact us below or visit our website to find out more.
We will provide any schools with a free initial consultation and discussion about a legal issue they might be experiencing. We can do this either over the telephone or face to face at our offices in Newcastle, or at your school if preferred.
Contact Andrea Gibson on 0191 211 7922 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
"Can I just say how brilliant your team has been in helping us through our academy conversion. They have certainly looked after us well and I am so pleased we engaged Muckle!"
"We engaged Muckle LLP to oversee the legal element of its conversion to Academy status. The service we have received has been exceptionally professional and efficient, with all involved taking time to communicate with the school personally and to talk through measures. At crucial times, personnel have attended meetings at Park View, presenting to governors and providing updates to senior staff, as well as working alongside us on issues which are pertinent and, perhaps, unique to our situation. All have been knowledgeable and exceptionally personable, providing valuable legal advice without ever being patronising or condescending."