Profile submitted by Andrew Studd
Advises charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit and membership organisations on the corporate and commercial aspects of their activities, including advice on charity law, governance and fundraising, data protection, collaborations and joint ventures, mergers and incorporations, procurement and contracting. Recently advised on the sale of 4Children’s business to Action for Children from administration by way of 'pre-pack'.
Law Society, Charity Law Association.
Trained and qualified (1995) at Ashurst Morris Crisp (1993 – 2003); Bates, Wells & Braithwaite (2004 – 2008); joined Russell-Cooke as partner May 2008.
Contributor to 'Jordans – Business Law – a Guide for Entrepreneurs', The Russell-Cooke 'Voluntary Sector Legal Handbook', numerous magazine contributions.
Lives in London. Attended Radley College, University of Southampton, University of Westminster and the College of Law. Trustee of a number of charities, member of the MCC and livery at Merchant Taylor’s Company and interests include fishing, and his allotment.