In response to requests from our start-ups we are running a session on the legal structures available for start-ups that want to be a social enterprise. We have booked an expert, David Alcock, who can guide you through the options.
Monday 30th June 10.30 – 12.00 at St Johns Church venue, St Johns Road, Seven Kings, IG2 7BB
Legal structures for social enterprises by David Alcock
David Alcock is a Senior Associate at Anthony Collins Solicitors, where he leads the firm’s work with community organisations, social enterprises and co-operatives. He is a specialist in governance issues in the third sector, and is also at the forefront of developing new mutual models of delivering public services. He has advised numerous organisations on governance and contractual matters at board level, as well as training new and potential board members on their duties and responsibilities. He has helped a number of organisations navigate significant governance challenges successfully, including major governance reviews and sensitive non executive director matters.
He has also led throughout on the firm’s work with community asset transfer, including coordinating the model guidance and documents for the Asset Transfer Unit, and advice on the community rights under the Localism Act. He is a keen supporter of the wider movement, was a board member of the Development Trust Association prior to the merger which formed Locality, and is currently on the board of the Meanwhile Foundation and inter-faith charity the Feast.