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Trusted advisers for faith organisations

We have long-standing experience of working with faith organisations to help further their mission.

We provide specialist and practical support to a broad range of faith organisations.

We advise Anglican and Roman Catholic Dioceses, Cathedrals, Religious Orders, Independent Churches, PCCs and other faith based charities within the Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Buddhist, Hindu and Sikh communities, both as retained legal advisers and for specific projects.

We pride ourselves on seeking to understand the particular aims and objectives of our faith based clients. 

We take a leading role in furthering specialist legal knowledge in the faith sector. Elizabeth Wilson, the head of our Faith Team is currently the Chair of the Ecclesiastical Law Society. The majority of our team are members of the Ecclesiastical Law Society and the Charity Law Association.

We would be delighted to work with your organisation to further its mission. If we can be of assistance please do not hesitate to contact us.

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