Readership: Primary: Practising lawyers (solicitors and barristers) and academics specialising in
charity law in the UK and other countries (in particular Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the Republic of Ireland); more generalist commercial practitioners with clients considering use of charitable status; in-house lawyers and policy advisers.
Secondary: Professional persons involved with the setting up of management of charities and with charity fund-raising, including accountants, financial advisers, professional fund-raisers, and charity trustees with professional expertise; legal reference libraries.
Jonathan Garton, Reader in Law, University of Warwick
Dr Jonathan Garton, LLB, PhD, is Reader in Law at the University of Warwick and a research specialist in voluntary sector law and policy. He has written articles on charity law and is the author of The Regulation of Organised Civil Society.
1: The Emergence of Public Benefit in Charity Law
2: The Elements of Public Benefit
3: Conceptual Public Benefit
4: Demonstrable Public Benefit
5: Cross-Sectional Public Benefit
6: Incidental Private Benefit
7: Religious Purposes
8: Political Purposes