Browne Jacobson welcomes Alice Wheatley, Chantice Kyle and Georgina Hall Solicitors to the education team

Browne Jacobson’s education practice is experiencing continued growth with the addition of three newly qualified lawyers to the team. Alice Wheatley, Chantice Kyle and Georgina Hall bring their expertise to support the company’s diverse education clients, including schools, academies and further and higher education institutions.

From the firm’s offices in Nottingham and Manchester, Alice, Chantice and Georgina will play an integral role in delivering legal and HR services to education clients. Chantice’s transition from nursing to law reflects her commitment to community service, particularly in supporting schools in the areas of pastoral affairs and special educational needs.

Together with Georgina, Alice wants to make a difference in policy changes and daily pastoral issues that affect schools. Their collective passion for improving the educational landscape aligns with Browne Jacobson’s values ​​of inclusivity and collaboration.

Georgina’s diverse background, including experience in university student recruitment and complaints handling in higher education, enriches the team’s capabilities. Mark Blois, head of education at Browne Jacobson, emphasizes the importance of nurturing young talent to maintain the firm’s leading position in education law.

The addition of Alice and Georgina is part of Browne Jacobson’s wider recruitment strategy, which will see ten newly qualified lawyers join across different practice areas. This influx of talent underlines the firm’s commitment to providing comprehensive legal services across sectors, providing clients with expert guidance and support.

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