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Helen Cordon

(Birmingham)


Shamed for:

presiding over

destruction of data,

having settlement

offer rejected,

lying to a judge,

attempting to

pervert justice.

Pinsent Masons hypocritically purports to end sexual misconduct in UK universities

and to support disabled people in universities.


Pinsent Masons’ behaviour in practice is just the opposite.


The Claimant in the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education

filed two serious grievances against LSE staff for gross sexual misconduct and assault.

Pinsent Masons defended the LSE’s failure to investigate either of these serious grievances.



The Claimant in the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education

was made to be disabled by the LSE’s maliciousness and negligence.

The LSE subsequently discriminated against and unfairly dismissed the disabled professor.

Pinsent Masons defended the LSE’s discrimination.



Pinsent Masons repeatedly tried to pay off

the Claimant in the largest lawsuits in the history of Higher Education

to bury the LSE’s illegal activities.


Each time the Claimant rejected a payoff, Pinsent Masons then doubled the offer.


The Claimant resoundingly rejected Pinsent Masons’ six-figure payoff.


Pinsent Masons’ client, the LSE, was subsequently found to be

in multiple breaches of duty of care and breach of contract in the High Court.

Law firm responsible for the

Largest Lawsuits in History of Higher Education

Cerys Wyn Davies

(Birmingham)


Shamed for:

issuing illegal

groundless threats.

After the IISL reported

on Pinsent Masons’

illegal activity,

they dropped

their false charges.

Chris Mordue

(Leeds)


Sacked* for:

making false statements,

presiding over

destruction of data,

having multiple settlement offers rejected,

attempting to

pervert justice.

*ostensibly

Pinsent Masons’ support of sexual misconduct

and disability discrimination at Universities

“The LSE lawsuit debacle is a colossal negligent cock-up by Pinsent Masons.”


“I cannot fathom that any university would ever use Pinsent Masons

after their LSE lawsuit debacle, which has cost the LSE untold legal fees,

as well as a huge hit to their already tarnished reputation.”


“I can completely understand why Pinsent Masons’ lead solicitor

was sacked over this and that Pinsent Masons

was forced out of the Education sector.”


“I will make sure that [our university] never uses Pinsent Masons.”

Senior Official at a leading university

IISL Website Statistics

Brown University

California Institute of Technology

Columbia University

Cornell University

Duke University

Harvard University

King’s College London

London Business School

London School of Economics

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

New York University

Northwestern University

Stanford University

University College London

University of California at Berkeley

University of Cambridge

University of Michigan

University of Oxford

University of Tokyo

Yale University

The IISL website has been viewed by senior executives, academics and journalists

in more than 3,000 cities in 152 countries on 6 continents,

including over 300 leading universities around the world

> 3,000 cities

152 countries

6 continents

> 300 universities, including:

“Quite frankly, we were shocked at the unethical and illegal groundless threat harassment from Ms Wyn Davies and Pinsent Masons.

It was completely unsurprising that they withdrew their threats

after the IISL exposed their unethical and illegal behaviour.”

Senior Official at a leading university

Pinsent Masons appears to have exited the

Universities & Higher Education space after presiding over

the Largest Lawsuits in the History of Higher Education

Pinsent Masons’ appropriately named website is:

OUT-LAW.COM

Julian Sladdin

(Leeds)


Shamed for:

issuing illegal

groundless threats

against an innocent

disabled autistic man,

falsely accusing an

innocent Oxford Trustee,

and issuing false statements against the media.