Education Law Solicitors

Everything you face, we face with you

HCB Solicitors

Who We Are

“Both professional and understanding, making a difficult situation more bearable.”

At HCB, we know the importance of dealing with your case in a sensitive way, while offering practical solutions that protect your interests and those of your loved ones. We offer expert service in education law courtesy of the dedicated team of nationally respected specialist lawyers, comprehensive advice on all aspects of education law, with proven expertise in special educational needs and higher education law.

The HCB network

The HCB network is comprised of 24 offices nationwide. For more information, please visit our contact page.

We offer legal advice for both English and Welsh special education cases for a range of clients, including:

  • Advocates
  • Case managers
  • Deputies
  • Experts
  • Parents
  • Solicitors
  • Young people

We never act for local authorities.

Education Solicitors in England and Wales

Our professionals offering a huge range of legal services for families and individuals around the country; our Education Law team are available to help in cases throughout England and Wales. As a result of the Children and Families Act becoming law in 2014, special education law in England and special education law in Wales are now split, but our solicitors benefit from expert training, and are thus prepared to advise on any SEN matter in England or Wales. 

We focus on developing long-term relationships with our clients, in order to provide them with a fast, friendly, and efficient service.

To discuss your case with one of our solicitors, please call 0333 202 7175, email us, or drop in to one of our many branches.

Special Educational Needs (SEN) Solicitors

Our specialist solicitors have years of experience supporting children and young people with special educational needs. We have supported young people with a vast array of special educational needs and disabilities.

Our special educational needs solicitors support parents, young people and professionals who support them, as they face a host of challenges.

If you feel your child is not making the progress they should be, or they are struggling to keep up, they may have special educational needs. If your child does has special educational needs, they should be provided with additional support to help them learn.