WSA renews partnership with Loosemores Solicitors!

The Welsh Sports Association (WSA) is delighted to announce that our partnership with Loosemores Solicitors has been renewed, giving our members the benefit of continued access to expert legal advisory services.

Since the initial partnership in 2020, Loosemores have helped numerous WSA members with a range of issues via the WSA helpline. These services ranged from commercial contract enquiries to regulatory disputes.

The Loosemores team have also provided expert training on topics such as Legal Structures for Sports Clubs and delivered template resources for WSA members, including an example Articles of Association template.

Senior Partner at Loosemores Solicitors, Mark Loosemore, commented:

“We are delighted to announce the renewal of our strategic partnership with the WSA, the independent umbrella body which supports and represents the sport and leisure sector in Wales. We look forward to continuing our work with the WSA and its member and commercial partners.”

Andrew Howard, Chief Executive Officer at the WSA, added:

“This partnership provides a fantastic opportunity to support the sector. Our legal helpline provides 1hour of free legal advice per matter, with this also being extended to our National Governing Body member clubs with practical support to ensure the organisational resilience of sport across Wales.

“Loosemores is a leading Cardiff law firm, with a second office in London. Their lawyers are trusted advisors who combine in-depth legal knowledge with a breadth of expertise and experience to give clients the legal solutions they need. The firm provides a range of legal advisory services to both corporate and individual clients. WSA members, please do get in touch if you require any legal advice.”

Discover more about our partnership on our dedicated Loosemores Partner page.

And find the number to access their free legal advice on our WSA Helpline page (you must be logged in to access the information on this page).

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