Established in 1985, John Ford Solicitors has responded and adapted over the years to the demand for specialist advice and representation.
Whilst Education Law remains central to the work we conduct, we are increasingly involved in a variety of areas of law that are important to us and our clients. Assisting people with challenging public bodies, pursuing appeals and discrimination cases, we have expert solicitors at hand to provide honest and practical advice.
As a small “outstanding” team, we are committed to ensuring the rights and interests of the most vulnerable are met and we pride ourselves on the depth and quality of service we deliver.
Focused on tailored client care, we will work tirelessly to obtain the best possible results for you.
John Ford Solicitors is ranked as a leading firm in Chambers & Partners UK Guide to the Legal Profession.
“John Ford Solicitors’ ‘very good’ team increasingly advises on the interface between education and community care law, and handled several instructions relating to EHC plans. The group was instructed to challenge a care plan provided for a child with autism, ADHD, ODD and an attachment disorder, which resulted in securing the child a place at a specialist independent school.” Legal 500, 2015Read what others say about us.
In October 2016 the fourth edition of our book “Education Law and Practice” was published by Jordans. The authors are John Ford, Mary Hughes, Karen May, Marian Shaughnessy and Helen Gill.
The book is a practical and user-friendly guide to the complex area of education law and covers a wide variety of education law topics including special educational needs, higher education, discrimination, exclusions and admissions.
An appreciation by Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers and Phillip Taylor MBE of “The Barrister“. View as PDF