Winckworth Sherwood partner features in newspaper's 'Lawyer of the Week' article
Winckworth Sherwood partner John Rees has featured in the ‘Lawyer of the Week’ in The Times newspaper.
In the article, Rees, who is the legal adviser to the Archbishop of Canterbury, answers questions regarding his career highlights and challenges, as well as his greatest influences.
He specialises in ecclesiastical, educational and charity law and has experience in advising on charity constitutions for national and international bodies; on financial structures; on disciplinary issues, subsidiary companies and asset management; and on press-handling issues.
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