Mission Statement:- Acting in the Best Interests of your Charity.
Third Sector Law aims to provide clear but specialist and expert advice to charities. We aim to be efficient and add value for money. The voluntary sector is often innovative and diverse and includes many different activities for many different people. As such the right advice and solution to an issue might not always be the obvious one.
You can be assured that all at Third Sector Law will respond with honesty, integrity, transparency and will always be acting in the best interests of your charity.
Interested in our logo?
The Third Sector Law logo is a celtic knot- intended to express the idea of a never ending path representing permanence and the continuum of life, love and faith. In this context love is aligned with the word Caritas i.e. the love of humankind expressed through charity. The fact that the design never ends is intended to indicate the perpetual nature of charity.
The use of interlace patterns had its origins in the artwork of the late Roman Empire. Knot patterns first appeared in the third and fourth centuries AD and can be seen in Roman floormosaics, developments in the artistic use of interlaced knot patterns are found in Byzantine architecture and book illumination, Coptic art, Celtic art, Islamic art, Medieval Russian book illumination, Ethiopian art, and European architecture and book illumination. As such the celtic knot is intended to be non-denominational yet traditional logo.