Mills & Reeve

Mills & Reeve

Botanic House
100 Hills Road



Mills & Reeve is a national law firm with 114 partners, some 890 other staff and office in Birmingham, Cambridge, Leeds, London, Manchester and Norwich.

Education is a core part of our practice. We are ranked within the top three firms in the country for work in the higher education sector and act for over 120 education institutions including universities, colleges and independent schools across the country.

We are the only UK law firm to have been named in The Sunday Times’ Best 100 Companies to Work For list 17 years running demonstrating the quality of work we do, the clients we act for and our ambition to become a market leader in the real estate sector. In the last twelve months alone we have acted on capital projects and campus developments for education institutions with a combined value of over £2 billion.

We advised on the establishment of some of the very first Science Park projects in the UK and have been advising on all aspects of the set up and operation of Science and Innovation Parks and providing the services required by their occupiers ever since. Our clients have the assurance of our sector expertise and full service resources to support them whatever their needs whenever they arise.

If you would like to learn more about how we can help you achieve your ambitions please get in touch.


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