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Bates Wells Braithwaite (BWB) has been highly commended in this year’s Legal 500 rankings, with the directory concluding that BWB is a “21st century law firm with a very knowledgeable and flexible team that provides pragmatic advice”.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has won the Charity Team of the Year Award category at the STEP Private Client Awards, which took place last night in London.
Bates Wells Braithwaite has been appointed to the London Universities Purchasing Consortium (LUPC) as a “one-stop-shop” provider across all legal services.
BWB is delighted to have won 'Most Committed Company to the Sector' at Institute of Fundraising’s Awards 2016.
The Financial Times has listed BWB as “highly commended” in the category of Innovation in Technology and Data Analytics in its report on Most Innovative Law Firms 2016.
BWB is delighted to have been named ‘Advisory Provider of the Year’ last night at the Charity Times Awards 2016. BWB are the first organisation to ever receive the award in this brand new category, which recognises "excellence, innovation, commitment and overall dedication to the charity sector."
Bates Wells Braithwaite has topped Charity Finance’s table of leading legal advisors to the charity sector for the fourth consecutive year.
BWB is delighted to have been shortlisted for the STEP Private Client Awards 2016/17 , Private Client Legal Team of the Year.
The Stephen Lloyd Awards Committee today announced they are now open for entries to the 2016 Stephen Lloyd Awards. The aim of the awards, in line with Stephen’s own approach, is to help create success by finding and nurturing innovative ideas and projects that can lead to practical, sustainable social change. The awards committee is particularly interested in supporting ideas that address social problems at a systemic level.
BWB, ACEVO, BOND, CFG and DSC have briefed MPs urging them to table ten amendments to the Charities (Protection and Social Investment) Bill. The collective view of the group is that some of the powers in the Bill lack sufficient safeguards and threaten the independence of charities.