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Volunteers and the law

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Guidance to help you understand your legal rights and obligations when managing volunteers

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You may need to adapt your volunteer management practice during the coronavirus outbreak. For specific guidance on volunteer management during the covid-19 pandemic, please visit our coronavirus pages.

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The content is provided for general information purposes only. It is not a substitute for specific legal advice about your particular situation. See NCVO's legal assistance page for suggested sources of advice for voluntary organisations

This content has been reviewed by Bates Wells, a professional services firm providing specialised legal advice to the voluntary sector.

Legal advice provided by:

  • Lucy McLynn, Partner, Head of Employment
  • Emma Dowden-Teale, Partner, Public & Regulatory Department
  • Joanna Howard, Solicitor, Public & Regulatory Department
  • Chetal Patel, Senior Associate, Immigration Department.

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