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Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP

KETT HOUSE, STATION ROAD, CAMBRIDGE, CB1 2JY, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 0845 497 97 97
Fax:
Fax 0845 497 3777
DX:
5807 CAMBRIDGE
Email:
Web:
www.eversheds-sutherland.com

Nathalie Jacoby-Danesh

Tel:
Work +44 122 344 3715
Email:
Eversheds Sutherland

Work Department

Nathalie is a doubly-qualified lawyer: a solicitor in England and Wales and an "Avocat à la Cour" in Luxembourg. She gained a Masters degree in law from the University of Cambridge in 2003 and a Masters degree in law from the University of Strasbourg in 2002. Prior to joining Eversheds, she trained at Clifford Chance-Luxembourg (2003-2006).

Nathalie advises private and public clients on a broad range of corporate law, charity law, governance and funding issues and international matters affecting higher education institutions, further education and training providers, schools and academies, including acquisitions, mergers, national and international joint ventures and private equity. She has also developed special expertise in health-education joint ventures.

Position

Senior Associate

Languages

English Fluent; French Fluent; German Competent; Luxembourgish Fluent


East Anglia: Public sector

Education

Within: Education

Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP is ‘commercial, approachable and good value; the firm has good industry knowledge and good depth in its team’. A market leader nationally, the firm is known for advising universities on domestic and international matters; sixth form colleges on academisation; and schools on governance and employment matters. The ‘highly committed and client-orientedGlynne Stanfield leads the international education and corporate governance practice and combines ‘sector knowledge with the appropriate pragmatism’. Stanfield and senior associate Nathalie Jacoby-Danesh (who is ‘impressive and highly experienced around contracts with higher education providers’) advised Apollo Education Group on the sale of shares to a private equity consortium. Employment partners Matthew Kelly and Geoffrey Mead advised 28 further education and sixth form colleges in the East Anglia region, as well as industry bodies such as the Association of Colleges, on the implications of the national Strategic Area Review exercise reviewing the delivery of post-16 education. Cambridge Regional College and Global University Systems are also clients.

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