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Associate and Solicitor

Amy Laver

“In the main, all parties in corporate and non-contentious charity matters are seeking the same ultimate goal, whether it be buying or selling a business or registering a new charity. My role is to assist our clients in achieving that with the minimum of fuss and on the best terms possible.”

Amy trained at Tozers before qualifying as a solicitor working with corporate, charity and school clients. With over 8 years post qualification experience, Amy has specialist charity law knowledge with a particular interest in safeguarding matters for schools and charity clients.

Amy is well positioned to advise on all aspects of corporate work for charities, schools and companies, including mergers and collaborations, incorporations and conversions. She has a strong track record and focus relating to corporate transactions and governance across those sectors.

Centered on making things simple for clients whilst adding value through her sector specific knowledge, Amy always has the best outcome for clients in mind.

Amy qualified as a solicitor in 2011 and is mentioned in a testimonial for Legal 500’s review of the team’s services as “A true professional, conscientious and has a keen eye for detail”.

Naomi Griffith

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Testimonials

“"Thanks so much for all your help over the past few months, we certainly couldn’t have done it without you. Hopefully we’ll work together again sometime, I’ve really appreciated your no-nonsense approach and sense of humour!"”

Naomi Griffith

Onion Collective

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Tozers’ Ten Top Tips for Trustees

Posted on 25th October 2019 in Charities and Social Enterprise

In our final instalment of guidance in Charity Fraud Awareness week we offer some practical advice on keeping your charity safe.

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Cybercrime – Are Your Systems Strong Enough?

Posted on 23rd October 2019 in Charities and Social Enterprise

The second of our articles this Charity Fraud Awareness Week focusses on the challenges for charities protecting themselves against cybercrime.

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