I’m taking part in the London Legal Walk today, in aid of London Legal Support Trust which raises money for law centres and legal advice agencies. I’m walking for the Inner Temple team and we’re still trying to reach our target. The 10km walk will lead us through some of London’s most notable legal landmarks and is one of the largest gatherings of legal professionals in the world.
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