Anne-Marie Piper

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Anne-Marie Piper

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Accreditations

  • Chambers UK, 2016
  • Legal 500, 2015

Career

Trained at Richards Butler; called to the Bar in 1980; joined private client department, Richards Butler in 1983; requalified as solicitor; became a partner at Richards Butler in 1989; joined Paisner & Co and headed charities group from 1994–2001; joined Farrer & Co in 2001 and now heads the firm's Charities Group

Education

University College London, Council of legal Education

Memberships

Charity Law Association

Sources say: “She has an incisive brain, encyclopaedic knowledge and gives clear and concise answers.”

Chambers & Partners UK

Anne-Marie is Head of the Charities Team. She acts for sponsors of new charities, directors, trustees and officers of existing charities and other not-for-profit bodies and individuals and companies wishing to make charitable gifts or do business with charities. She is particularly well known for her handling of difficult regulatory cases; fundraising and complex mergers, reorganisations and administrations.

Founder, former secretary and former Chairman of the Charity Law Association, Anne-Marie also lectures and writes regularly on charity law subjects.

Anne-Marie Piper is the General Editor of Charity Law: A Global Guide from Practical Law (2016), published by Thomson Reuters.  Along with Philip Reed, she contributed the chapter on England & Wales.

Who we help

Anne-Marie acts for sponsors of new charities, directors, trustees and officers of existing charities and other not-for-profit bodies and individuals and companies wishing to make charitable gifts or do business with charities. She is particularly well known for her handling of difficult regulatory cases; fundraising and complex mergers, reorganisations and administrations.

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