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In the case of Stevens v University of Birmingham the High Court has held that the University’s refusal to allow Professor Stevens to be accompanied…
An often overlooked procurement question in the sector is the possible impact of the public contracts regime on the research funding marketplace.
The CMA has recently published guidance to help universities to understand and apply consumer protection laws in dealing with undergraduate students.
It is very important to tailor an appropriate and proportionate approach to litigating against defaulting parents.
The courts have been reluctant to interfere with academic judgement as illustrated by Lord Justice Sedley in Clark v University of Lincolnshire and…