Legal Practice for Solicitors and Lawyers: Charities

The dangers of DIY wills

Oliver Embley sets out some of the issues to consider when drafting a will and considers recent developments in wil

21 Dec 2015

Can charities restore the public's confidence?

Clive Vergnaud and Darren Hooker consider the recent storm of allegations about charities' fundraising methods and proposals for the regulation of thes

21 Dec 2015

Moving on from scandal

Sarah Clune gives an overview of an eventful few months in the charity sector, from the outcry over fundraising methods to the closure of Kid

15 Dec 2015

Lying dormant

The strategic entrepreneurial approach that has made fortunes for many in Asia is yet to be reflected in philanthropy, explains Gillian Arthu

26 Nov 2015

Give and take

There's more to local community work and philanthropic projects than simply donating money. Time and expertise are equall

14 Oct 2015

Bates Wells Braithwaite launches online tool to save charities ‘thousands of pounds’

Get Legal documents fills a gap in the market for social enterprises, says managin

25 Sep 2015

Deathbed gifts and conflicts of interest

Sarah Clune and Sarah Eden provide an update on recent developments in charity law, including the Court of Appeal ruling on the doctrine of donatio morti

28 Jul 2015

Going it alone

Lynn Hitchen discusses the legal process involved in Alder Hey Children's Charity becoming independent of the NHS Trust earlier thi

07 Jul 2015

When two become one

The legal process is not a barrier to charity mergers, says Jo Coleman; rather it is the cultural, emotional, and personal issues that lawyers find the mos

07 Jul 2015

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