Alice O'Mahony

Alice joined Stone King in September 2016 as a Trainee Solicitor and qualified as a Solicitor in the Charity and Social Enterprise Team in September 2018. Alice advises on a wide range of charity, company and trust law matters. She is a member of Stone King’s specialist Charity Legacy Protection Team and a member of the Charity Law Association.

Alice advises charities and social enterprises throughout every stage of their journey, including:

  • the establishment and registration of new charities;
  • changes of legal form (incorporations and conversions);
  • governance issues and regulatory compliance;
  • constitutional reviews; and
  • collaborations, mergers and wind ups.

Alice also advises charities on their legacy income and how best to maximise this in a way that is sensitive both to the needs of supporters and the Trustees’ duty to maximise their charity’s entitlement. 

Alice delivers training as part of the firm’s Trustee Training Programme and bespoke training to individual clients.

Alice studied Law and Sociology at Cardiff University where she remained to complete the Legal Practice Course. During her time at university, Alice was involved with the Cerebra Legal Entitlements Research Project, a pro bono project concerned with the health and social care entitlements of children with disabilities.

Alice is a keen musician and enjoys playing the violin and singing. In her free time, Alice also enjoys getting outdoors and exploring parkland and gardens … tea-rooms are often a bonus!

What our clients say

"We are very pleased with the work delivered by Stone King and it was a pleasure working with Alice. Overall it was an exemplary and impressive interaction throughout. I highly recommend their service"

Jacqueline McCouat

What our clients say

"Thank you very much for all your help in this. It has been, for us, a rather complex and confusing business and your advice has been invaluable in enabling us to understand the legal issues and to ensure we are ticking all the right boxes."

2019 Charity Client