BWB is pleased to announce that it has been shortlisted for UK Firm (specialism) of the Year in the 2018 Legal 500 Awards.
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.
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.
BWB's deputy managing partner and joint head of Charity, Philip Kirkpatrick, recently delivered the keynote address at the 2016 NCVO/BWB Trustee Conference, speaking about changes in the charity sector, the possible affects of these changes, and how trustees can respond to them.
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."
Only three weeks after the referendum which has set in train the most profound social and political changes in decades, it is too early to say with any certainty exactly how UK charities and social enterprises will be affected. Much will depend on the details of the new UK-EU relationship post-Brexit. That charities and social enterprises will, as ever, have an important role in the changing social landscape is one of the few certainties.