IBB's specialist charity lawyers have over 50 years’ combined experience in delivering practical commercial advice to charities and not for profit organisations and those who work with them. We strive to build long-term sustainable relationships with our clients, which enables us to understand their organisations and the way in which they meet their beneficiaries' needs.
You can find out more about our charity law team, our approach and how we can help your organisation:
The Legal 500 in 2013 says:
"IBB (Iliffes Booth Bennett) acts for the Musicians Benevolent Fund, Teenage Cancer Trust, and United Synagogue. It recently advised PURE the Clean Planet Trust in relation to a funding agreement with Big Society Capital. Jo Coleman heads the team."
Chambers in 2014 says:
"The team advises on all aspects of legal issues that affect the firm’s charity clients including: formations, mergers and incorporation of charities, regulation and compliance; liaison with the Charity Commission; commercial issues: property acquisitions and disposals; litigation, risk assessment and personal liability of trustees. Clients include a number of significant household names in addition to substantive religious, educational and music charities."
Chambers 2014 Market Perception
Tailored advice: "The solicitors at IBB Solicitors understand our organisation and its challenges - on all occasions the advice that they give is appropriate given our circumstances."
Value for money: "The dedicated, knowledgeable and personable service that we receive makes us feel consistently that we are getting value for money."
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