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Tel:
Work 020 7412 0050
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Fax 020 7412 0049
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61 LONDON CHANCERY LANE WC2
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https://www.hunters-solicitors.co.uk

Dominik Opaliński

Tel:
Work 020 7412 0050
Email:
Hunters Law LLP

Work Department

Charity

Position

Partner, dealing with all aspects of charity law, particularly the business of charities, and not-for-profit organisations, specialising in the development of social enterprise schemes for the benefit of communities in the UK and abroad, fundraising campaigns, trustees’ investment powers and fund management. He has extensive knowledge and experience in establishing not-for-profit organisations including charities providing them with practical advice and guidance with a commercial steer. 

Career

Qualified 2002; Russell Jones & Walker (now Slater & Gordon), London 2002-12; Joined Hunters 2012 to date.

Member

Charity Law Association; Fully qualified member of Society of Trust and Estate Practioners.

Education

Wimbledon College, Kingston University and Greenwich University (PGCE).

Leisure

Cooking, travel, reading, cricket and rugby. He is governor of the renowned Metropolitan Police (Imber Court) Sports Club.


London: Private client

Charities and not-for-profit

Within: Charities and not-for-profit

Hunters Law LLP¬†¬†is an ‚Äėestablished firm with strong ethical standards and a very loyal client base which is founded on its depth of expertise in this field‚Äô. Practice head¬†Paul Almy¬†advises on all aspects of charity law with particular expertise in advising on commercial and residential property, company and commercial affairs and on employment matters for charity clients. Both Dominik Opalinski¬†and Wilfrid Vernor-Miles¬† are ‚Äėhighly knowledgeable and technically excellent with strong client skills‚Äô. Opalinski has established niche expertise as a child protection adviser to numerous national and international clients many of whom are registered charities or NGOs. The skilled team acts for a broad range of charities, schools, sports clubs, humanitarian organisations, religious societies, staff associations, trade unions and many other not-for-profit organisations. It has substantial experience of handling complex matters with a cross-border or international dimension, with particular expertise in Africa.

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