Legal Services for Not For Profits

Good Governance, Great Mission

We have an expert, dedicated Not for Profit legal team. But that’s not all.

From the top down, our staff have a history of service to Not for Profits.  We serve not only as professional advisors, but as volunteers, members, supporters and board members.  It’s part of our culture – so we understand.

It’s why we try to keep costs down, and focus on practical outcomes.

Whether you are a charity, community group, sporting club, industry or professional association, school, social enterprise, charitable foundation or other Not for Profit, we would love to help.

Our Not for Profit team can offer expert advice, based on experience, in the following specific areas:Not for Profit Legal Services Melbourne

Our Not for Profit team also works with other teams to deliver expert advice in:

 

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Lewis Holdway Lawyers

+613 9629 9629

+613 9629 9630

nfp@lewisholdway.com.au

Level 2, 91 William Street, Melbourne, 3000

P.O. Box 138, Collins Street West, Victoria 8007

DX Mail: DX 650 Melbourne

Recent Articles

Volunteer | Bullying claim | Fair Work | Not for profit organisation | Employment Law Melbourne

Volunteer cleared to make a stop bullying claim against NFP

February 19, 2018

The recent decision of Peter Ryan –v- RSL Queensland (“Ryan’s case”) is an important reminder for all not for profit organisations.  No matter how big or small, where you have volunteers and employees, volunteers will more than likely be able to access the Fair Work anti bullying regime if they are deemed a worker. In…

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Volunteer or Employee?

March 30, 2017

The recent decision of Grinholz v Football Federation Victoria Inc. has provided much needed clarity surrounding the classification of volunteers’ vis a vis employees. In this decision, the Fair Work Commission was required to determine whether a coach, who was paid on honorarium was an employee or volunteer for the purposes of an unfair dismissal…

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