Welcome to Teacher Stern

Teacher Stern is a leading full service commercial law firm based in Holborn, London. We are focused on meeting our clients’ objectives and expectations in each area of our practice. We take the time to gain a thorough understanding of our clients’ businesses and their goals; and by adopting this approach, we provide our clients with clear and pragmatic solutions that go beyond legal advice.

Our lawyers aren’t just experts in their respective fields and sectors. They are accomplished, considered lawyers with well-rounded commercial experience who have the ability and determination to add value to our clients’ businesses. It’s often this added value that our clients cherish most.

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Apply for a Training Contract with Teacher Stern

January 15th, 2019|Comments Off on Apply for a Training Contract with Teacher Stern

Applications for our 2019 Vacation Scheme and 2021 Training Contracts are now open! Please take a look at our Careers Page for details of our Trainee Solicitor scheme and Open [...]

Teacher Stern advises shareholders of Blue Latitude Health on a sale

December 18th, 2018|Comments Off on Teacher Stern advises shareholders of Blue Latitude Health on a sale

Teacher Stern LLP has advised on the sale of the entire share capital of Blue Latitude Network Limited (trading as Blue Latitude Health), a healthcare marketing consultancy communications company, to [...]

Teacher Stern advises founders of Manifesto Digital Limited on sale and AIM IPO

December 11th, 2018|Comments Off on Teacher Stern advises founders of Manifesto Digital Limited on sale and AIM IPO

Jon Poole and team acted for the founders of the digital experience agency Manifesto Digital on the sale of Manifesto Digital to Panoply Holdings and their subsequent involvement in the [...]

GDPR – where are we now (5 months on)?

November 6th, 2018|Comments Off on GDPR – where are we now (5 months on)?

1.  Minor breach reporting 5 months on and self-reported data breaches are already over 30% more (for the first half of 2018) than the whole of 2017. The ICO’s latest [...]

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