Bevan Brittan provides practical, high quality and commercially relevant legal advice to public, private and third sector organisations. Reflecting the nationwide location of Bevan Brittan’s clients and markets, our experience includes working across central and local government, NHS commissioning and provider organisations, 40 housing associations and over 100 private sector companies.
We are passionate about the markets we choose to work in and strive to deliver the best advice and solutions to our clients. We offer a full range of services including: litigation and employment; property and construction; contract and governance; EU procurement and state aid; infrastructure and regeneration projects. Additionally, we work with a variety of organisations in supporting on areas such as health and social care changes along with regulatory issues facing care providers across all sectors.
Bevan Brittan is able offer our members 15 minutes of FREE legal advice on a per issue basis across all the areas in which the firm practices.
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Media Trust is SITRA's preferred provider of media training. Courses are delivered by expert trainers and tailored to suit the specific requirements of your organisation. SITRA members can take advantage of the following discounts:
To book your organisation’s training course, please contact Safia Abdullah at Media Trust on Tel: 0207 871 5674 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and quote the discount code hlmember.
Leaving Care Advisory Service
LCAS is a Community Interest Company (also known as not for profit). It is committed to improving outcomes for care leavers by working with all agencies and organisation from the "leaving care community." We take the learning from our work in policy, research and practice to address the challenges and obstacles agencies face at a personal, operational and strategic level.
LCAS directors (Ian Stewart-Watson; Martin Hazlehurst and Dr. Claire Baker) are recognised experts in leaving care and are currently involved in range of work in this area: evaluating and implementing a number of government funded projects; undertaking training and consultancy work within local authorities and other agencies, as well as supporting national young people-led projects.
They have all worked as part of the National Care Advisory Service (NCAS) as well as other organisations which champion improvements in the life chances of care leavers.