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Andrew Small is a commercial property solicitor at Stone King. He joined the firm in 2008 having worked previously at Bircham Dyson Bell (where he qualified in 2002) and Bates Wells & Braithwaite.
Small specialises in work for charity and education clients and his experience includes work on mergers and hive-offs, maintained school and academy-related work, as well as a focus on social enterprise.
He is a member of the Charity Property Association and a member of the Register of property professionals for the Ethical Property Federation.
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