Education law is a complex and dynamic patchwork of all kinds of regulations. Sector- and subject-specific laws go hand in hand with self-regulation. A thorough knowledge of all these facets is required to answer legal questions, both for educational establishments themselves and the parties dealing with them.
Our specialists know the laws, regulations and special dispute procedures in education. For example, there are sector-specific laws for primary and secondary education, secondary vocational education and higher education. There are subject-specific laws on employee/student/parent participation, supervision and compulsory education. And there is self-regulation, for example, in the case of governance and scientific integrity. Our lawyers are well-versed in all aspects and follow current developments closely. We provide strategic advice on the interpretation and application of education law. Where a conflict does arise, we assist our clients to reach the best possible solution.