Viewing: BWB In The Media
Abbie Rumbold, partner and head of public services & mutual and health & social care, has been featured in the New Statesman’s latest Spotlight supplement.
BWB's Philip Trott has written an article for Lexology on business immigration in the UK.
BWB has been ranked first in Charity Finance’s annual legal fees survey as the UK law firm with the highest number of large charity clients.
Britain’s second-largest recruitment firm Cordant is due to become a social enterprise. The news that BWB Advisory and Impact has been appointed to assess Cordant’s social impact over the next five years was covered in two recent articles by Pioneer’s Post.
In the wake of the Law Commission’s recent report entitled “Technical Issues in Charity Law”, many across the charities and social enterprises sector have been pondering what this means for their administrative processes.
BWB's Luke Fletcher writes for British Academy, following a business breakfast held as part of the British Academy's new programme The Future of Corporation.
Paul Jennings has been quoted in two pieces written by The Guardian (accessible here and here), City AM, The Huffington Post, Evening Standard and The Independent concerning the upcoming landmark appeal case that his team is fighting against Uber.
Simon Steeden has blogged for Civil Society on whether the charities and social enterprises sector his “hit the end of the road in its efforts to persuade the Government to repeal or amend the Lobbying Act”.
BWB write for LUPC Magazine about the eight definitive changes that the GDPR will bring and what organisations will need to review - and in many cases revise - to deal with the increased compliance burden.
Luke Fletcher is interviewed by LinkedIn feature writer Samir Goel on his perspective on the innovative legal field.
Pioneers Post has reported on a recent E3M meeting at BWB. The E3M Social Enterprise Leaders Club is a quarterly gathering of leaders of some of the UK’s most successful social enterprises.
William Garnett has been quoted in Third Sector regarding the Supreme Court ruling that the fees charged for people to bring employment tribunal claims are unlawful.
Following the launch of a new report detailing the benefits of HM The Queen’s patronage on charities and social enterprises, Third Sector and UK Fundraising have featured BWB in their coverage of the report’s key findings. You can read both publications’ articles by clicking here and here.
Measurement and evaluation is core to good impact practice. It helps us understand what works, how it works and how we can achieve more. Good measurement and evaluation involves reflective, creative, and proportionate approaches. It makes the most of existing theoretical frameworks as well as new digital solutions, and focuses on learning and improving.
Leticia Jennings has been quoted in Civil Society following The Children's Investment Fund Foundation (UK) High Court ruling.
BWB's Lindsay Draffan has written an article for Construction News regarding a new campaign from the Competition and Markets Authority which signals a new resolve to tackle cartels and provides more encouragement to whistleblowers.