Irwin Mitchell Sheffield Advises Academy Of Social Sciences On Relocation

30th July 2015

The Real Estate department in the Sheffield office of law firm Irwin Mitchell has acted for the Academy of Social Sciences in acquiring prestigious offices in London's Finsbury Square.

Established in the early 1980s, the Academy of Social Sciences is the national academy of academics, learned societies and practitioners in the social sciences. It is a member funded subscription organisation and has the mission to promote the social sciences in the United Kingdom for the public benefit. The Academy, who through its extensive membership reaches more than 90,000 social scientists, provides a key role in contributing to public debates on issues affecting the social sciences and recently through its Campaign for Social Science published a landmark report, 'The Business of People', which presents a clear and compelling policy argument for the social sciences. Guy Whitehead, Solicitor in the real estate team at Irwin Mitchell in Sheffield, said: -Irwin Mitchell are delighted to support such an important organisation in dealing with relocating to new offices in London. We look forward to seeing the important impact and the growing influence that the Academy of Social Sciences can make through its advocacy of social science.

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