If you are student facing fitness to practise proceedings by your university or one of the professional regulators , we can help.
We’re a not-for-profit and charge £60 per hour (or an agreed a fixed-fee) for specialist legal advice, preparing your case and if necessary, our lawyers representing you at a hearing.
Call us on 020 3151 8015 for a free confidential discussion or scroll down to find out more about how we work.
We are proud
to work with…
£60 per hour OR
in straightforward cases a fixed fee of £900 to deal with the entire FTP process.
No matter how complex your case is, we will carry out a comprehensive review and provide you with a document which sets out the legal and factual issues that need to be dealt with. We will give you detailed advice on potential defences to the allegations that you are facing.
We will also explain the process that your university will follow. Even if you have already received a notice from your university or proceedings have started, we can still assist.
We prepare your case, including dealing with the university on your behalf, compiling evidence and bundles and drafting any legal arguments that are necessary.
If your case is going to be heard by an FTP panel our lawyers can represent you at the hearing or later if there is an appeal.
We are a not-for-profit organisation set up to provide affordable legal assistance through a dedicated team of qualified lawyers and trainee lawyers who specialise in healthcare regulation and who help students defend fitness to practise cases within the university sphere. Our work is part-funded by innovative partnerships with leading UK universities.
We understand the stress that comes with facing allegations made by your university, the uncertainties of not knowing what the outcome will be, whether you will be able to practise in your chosen field… and the combined effect that all of these things can have on your mental health. We also know that legal fees are just an additional worry on top of everything else.
Our fees are kept as low as possible so that we can help as many people as possible. Our work is covered by professional indemnity insurance. We are not required to be regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.