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Hunters partner appointed Interim Chair of North London Artsdepot

  • March 03, 2013
  • By Hunters Law

We are delighted to report that Jamie Lester, a partner in our Dispute Resolution department, has been appointed Interim Chair of The Arts Depot Trust Limited.

Artsdepot is a leading cultural hub in North London and has been celebrating the arts since 2004. The award-winning venue has its roots firmly in the community, nurturing young talent, and engaging with people through participation and outreach projects, whilst presenting artists from across the globe. It is the only multi-art form venue in the London Borough of Barnet providing a diverse range of events and activities for local and London-wide audiences covering dance, music, theatre, visual arts, children and family and work for new and emerging artists.

Artsdepot welcomes over 100,000 visitors every year, people who come to watch, learn or be inspired. In both 2009 and 2010, it won the accolade of ‘Best Neighbourhood Theatre’ in the Love London awards voted for by listeners of Smooth Radio. Its aim is to be a nationally recognised model of artistic excellence and accessibility. Artsdepot, which is a registered charity, has more information on its website athttps://www.artsdepot.co.uk/

Jamie Lester has been involved in the Artsdepot since 2012 and recently joined Hunters’Dispute Resolution team from a central London firm.

Hunters’ Charity team (recommended in the Legal 500 2012) can provide advice and guidance to charitable organisations, both existing and prior to establishment.

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