Neil Burton heads up Mills & Reeve’s nationally recognised charity sector group, which advises more than 250 charities both nationally and internationally.
His work for charity, NGO, university and further-education clients includes charity law, trading and commercial activities, grant and donation agreements, governance and constitutional matters and mergers/restructures.
As part of a commercial full-service firm, Burton is able to draw upon a team of specialist lawyers (covering, for example, IP, contested legacies and procurement) to ensure that the firm can assist charities with all their legal issues and commercial challenges, whatever and wherever their activities are.
A large part of his work is international. Burton is part of team that has advised universities on collaborations and new campuses in more than 50 countries.
He has been seconded to leading law firms in China, India, Abu Dhabi and Qatar and is the head of the firm’s Middle East desk.
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This material has been sourced from the Mills & Reeve website.
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