Education Law Solicitors

Everything you face, we face with you

Nathan Davies

0333 202 7175

Areas of Expertise

  • Education Law
  • Special Educational Needs Tribunal Appeals
  • Admission Appeals
  • Exclusion Hearings
  • Fitness to Practise
  • Professional Misconduct Hearings for Education Professionals
  • Judicial Review
  • Complex Social Care Cases
  • Higher Education Academic Appeals
  • Plagiarism
  • Complaints to the Office of the Independent Adjudicator
  • Disability Discrimination Claims
  • School Transport Issues
  • Defending School Prosecution Proceedings


Nathan joined the firm in September 2015 following a period of training and post-qualification experience spent at a specialist Education Law practice. He has extensive experience of assisting clients on a number of complex Education Law issues. His approach to assisting clients is to give them individualised advice, tailored to their particular case.


Nathan works closely with a number of specialist schools and colleges around England and Wales. He has also built links with independent charities and support groups for parents across the UK, often providing informative seminars and talks to parents and carers of children with special needs, in particular.

The independent schools he regularly works with include:

  • Craig Y Parc School, Cardiff
  • Kings Monkton School, Cardiff
  • Ty Coryton School, Cardiff
  • Weston House, Bridgend College

“Nathan Davies has a genuine desire to help children who have been let down by the education system. He acted on our behalf when we appealed against the LEA’s decision not to grant our son a statement. Nathan dealt with all the paperwork and represented us at the SEND tribunal. He was extremely professional and efficient. His knowledge of education law and of SEN procedures was second to none, and his advice invaluable, so as consequence, our appeal was successful. This would not have been possible without Nathan’s help and so I would recommend him to all other parents who are in the same, or a similar situation to ours.”