Education and charity specialist, Mark Honeywell has been made a partner at law firm Lupton Fawcett.

In his new role he will be responsible for heading up the charities team, as well as becoming joint head of the education department, with Michele Phillips, across its offices in Leeds, York and Sheffield.

Mark is an experienced charity law solicitor, having advised charities and not-for-profit organisations from across the sector on a broad range of issues including the establishment of new charities, incorporations, mergers, trading and the establishment of subsidiaries.

As an education specialist Mark has particular expertise in academy conversion and academy governance work.

Mark continued, “The firm’s charities and social enterprises group has a strong team of specialist lawyers from across the firm providing a full range of legal services to charities and not-for-profit organisations.

In addition, the reputation of our education team has grown significantly in recent years and Lupton Fawcett is now a major presence in the Education sector in Yorkshire.  Again, the interdisciplinary strength of the team and its specialist ecclesiastical and charity lawyers enable Lupton Fawcett to give range and depth to the support we provide for our clients.”

Managing partner of Lupton Fawcett, Jonathan Oxley, is delighted to welcome Mark as a partner of Lupton Fawcett.

Mark has become a real asset to the company having joined us in 2016. His sound advice and specialist skills have endeared him to both clients and colleagues and he will be an extremely valuable partner. I am looking forward to working with him in his new role.

Lupton Fawcett announces new Head of Charities and joint Head of Education

Photo (L to R) Managing Partner, Jonathan Oxley, Mark Honeywell and Michele Phillips

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