Shivaji ShivaSenior Associate
Advisor of not-for-profit organisations on the creation of such organisations, their dissolution and most of the issues they encounter.
I advise staff and board members of charities, social enterprises and other not-for-profit organisations on the creation of such organisations, their dissolution and most of the issues they encounter during their lifespan
This includes advising on the restructuring and re-organisation of charities including merger and the development of complex collaboration arrangements.
I have been active in the charity sector for over 15 years.
I am ranked as a “notable practitioner” by Chambers 2015 for Charities work. Peers say I am “proactive and gets the job done,” offering clients “well-rounded advice.”
I regularly write on changes in the law relevant to charities, and recently contributed to The Guardian’s Voluntary Sector Network debate on Charitable Incorporated Organisations (CIOs).
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