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Charity & Not For Profit

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At Hunt & Coombs, we have worked with charities for many years. We provide legal advice to charities ranging from private schools to a wildlife charity to religious organisations. Our legal services for charities are provided by experienced lawyers.

If your charity needs legal help and advice on the law, please contact us to see how we can assist you.

Charity & Not For Profit Lawyers

Paddy Appleton LLB TEP

Senior Partner

Sarah Dawson LLB TEP

Senior Solicitor

James Steward LLB

Associate

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