Dominic Curran > Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP > Birmingham, England > Lawyer Profile

Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP
134 EDMUND STREET
BIRMINGHAM
B3 2ES
England

Work Department

Charities and Not for Profit

Position

Partner and Head of Charities

Career

Dominic advises clients in the charity, social care, social business, faith and housing sectors. He leads on property work delivering strategic advice on major projects including development schemes, buying and selling property, property management, leasing, and charging. Clients find him approachable, commercial and passionate. His varied practical experience allows him to advise organisations of all sizes pragmatically on a variety of projects.  A client recently commented they were “extremely impressed with his work ethic and commitment and felt lucky to work with him.”

Lawyer Rankings

London > Private client > Charities and not-for-profit

The charities team at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP is known for its work with faith-based charities; national and international charity work (particularly with social care charities) and on the financing for charities (through grant work, social investment and secured lending). Dominic Curran leads the group that acts for several hundred charities and acts for 12 of the top 15 third sector residential care providers. In addition four of its lawyers are approved as Interim Managers by the Charity Commission and it also regularly acts for ethical lending banks. Anna Dabek is skilled at advising charities on a wide range of complex employment issues.

West Midlands > Private client > Charities and not-for-profit

(Leading individuals)

Dominic CurranAnthony Collins Solicitors LLP

Dominic Curran leads the charities team at Anthony Collins Solicitors LLP that is particularly known for its faith-based charities work as well as for its national and international reach. Curran is praised for being ‘ unequivocally committed to providing excellent client care’. Other strengths include assisting social care charities and advising on financing issues by way of grant work, social investment and secured lending.  The first-class team acts for 12 of the top 15 third sector residential care providers and four of its lawyers are approved as Interim Managers by the Charity Commission. Anna Dabek advises charities on complex employment law issues. Edwina Turner has particular expertise in complicated governance issues. Phil Watts has niche expertise in almshouse charities.