Urban Lawyers walk 10km to raise money for London Legal Support Trust





Urban Lawyers took to the streets of central London on 16 May with thousands of solicitors, members of the judiciary, law students and the public in a 10km charity walk in support of access to justice for all.

The money raised will go to London Legal Support Trust; an independent charity that raises funds for free legal services in London & the South East. It supports the provision of specialist legal advice by law centres, advice agencies and the Citizens Advice Bureau, by providing them with grant funding and other forms of support.
Urban Lawyers and fellow walkers gathered outside the Law Society of England and Wales before embarking on the walk, which took walkers past some of London’s most iconic landmarks and parks. The walk ended back at the Law Society where everyone was treated to entertainment, food and drinks.
Urban Lawyers raised over £700 for the London Legal Support Trust. The founder of Urban Lawyers Tunde Okewale said:
“London Legal Walk is an important part of our fundraising activities. The recent cuts to legal aid and the reduced income for many working families due to the recession have increased the importance of free access to specialist legal advice for the poorest and most vulnerable people our community. It’s great that Urban Lawyers is able to participate and raise money for such a worthy cause every year. Urban Lawyers would like to thank everyone for their kind contributions and to everyone who planned and organised what was tremendous and fun event.”
To find out more and to continue making donations, visit the London Legal Support Trust website.

24 May 2016

Alex Hinds


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