Education, Health & Recreation

Health care is evolving fast. A lot of changes are taking place especially in the way things are done, because of internal and external developments. The introduction of a business approach in health care plays a major role in this respect. The quality of health care remains a constant concern. The institutions and care workers need to adapt to these developments.

Education, too is characterized more and more by a business approach. Schools are increasingly free in the establishment of educational programmes, but also have an increasing obligation to account for their decisions and the funds they spend. The aim is to achieve a maximum educational result for the students by working in a result-oriented way. This includes not only their cognitive performance but also their social skills and the ability of a school to retain students and guide them through their studies without delay and without dropping out. A result-oriented approach requires a different working method from schools and teachers. These developments are monitored closely by parents and students.

The need for specialized legal knowledge and experience in the field of health care and education is increasing because of the developments described above. We have a team of specialists from various legal fields ready for you. This team combines the specific legal knowledge of health care and education with specific experience in both sectors.

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