Please sponsor us in the London Legal Walk!

9 May 2011 by

A team of 1 Crown Office Row barristers and staff are taking part in the 10KM London Legal Walk next week. You can sponsor the team by clicking here.

We are raising money for the London Legal Support Trust, which funds Law Centres and pro bono agencies in and around London including the invaluable Bar pro Bono Unit and Free Representation Unit.

The UK Human Rights Blog was launched just over a year ago. It is a free service and we intend it to remain so, in order to give the general public easy access to expert human rights commentary. We do not support campaigns as a matter of policy, but we do ask that if you use and enjoy the blog, and you consider access to justice to be important, that you sponsor us in next week’s walk.

We know from our own pro bono work that these agencies do a fantastic job in preventing homelessness, resolving debt problems, gaining care for the elderly and disabled and fighting exploitation.

The full 1 Crown Office Team is:

Philip Havers QC, Robert Seabrook QC, Margaret Bowron QC, Christina Lambert QC, Elizabeth-Anne Gumbel QC, Richard Booth, Pritesh Rathod, Oliver Sanders, Matthew Donmall, Richard Mumford, Adam Wagner, Louise Brown, Alison Ebdon, Chloe Turvill, Andrew Tull, Oliver Sparkes, Bob Wilson

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