Stephen specialises in corporate structures, and wider legal frameworks, for the delivery of major public sector projects, public sector offshoots and partnerships, social enterprises, and other initiatives and operations right across the not-for-profit sector. His practice ranges from flagship projects of Scotland-wide importance to support for individual community-led organisations. He is also widely recognised as one of Scotland’s leading charity law specialists.
He has a strong reputation for innovation - blending principles and practice from the public, private and third sectors to create robust new legal models that closely reflect the client’s objectives and priorities. He has played a key role in developing new thinking on legal structures within the public sector, urban regeneration, the social enterprise sector, the development trust movement, community renewables, social housing, the co-operatives sector, and the charity sector.
30th March 2020
Key legal issues third sector board members should consider during this crisis.
12th October 2018
On 4 October we held our firm’s annual third sector conference in our Edinburgh office.
8th May 2018
Interestingly, seven seems to be the magic number for guidance.