The long awaited Russell-Cooke Voluntary Sector Legal Handbook was released on 29th September 2009.  With previous editions receiving rave reviews from consumers and industry professionals Russell-Cooke are confident this edition rivals anything that came before it.  As one consumer said "this book is my bible.  I don't leave home without it' and neither should you." 

The book, co-written by several of the Charity team partners at Russell-Cooke; James Sinclair Taylor, Mary Cheves, Jane Klauber, James McCallum, David Mears and Andrew Studd; along with Sandy Adirondack and produced in conjunction with the Department of Social Change has been recognised as an essential guide to the law for charities, community groups and other voluntary organisations since the first edition was published in 1996.  The 2009 book is essential reading for anyone in the voluntary sector as it advises on legal changes that are in force and also future changes that may take place.

James Sinclair Taylor commented "People have said very kind things about previous editions and we think this edition is even better than the last. It has been a huge undertaking to produce and we hope the sector will find it of real use."

For further information please contact James Sinclair Taylor