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London Legal Walk 2018
Join The Dickson Poon School of Law at King's College London for an amazing opportunity to walk around London with judges, barristers and solicitors raising money for access to justice. With our record-breaking team last year, we want to make this year's team bigger than ever.
The London Legal Walk is a 10km walk, starting at the Royal Courts of Justice, and following a route around some of London's best-known legal landmarks. It has become the largest annual gathering of lawyers and the judiciary in the world! This year the team will be led by our Executive Dean, Professor Gillian Douglas and Dickson Poon Distinguished Visitors, Lord Judge and Lord Phillips. We will be meeting in the courtyard of Somerset House at 17:30 where we will troop en-masse to the starting point near Chancery Lane.
The money raised goes towards helping some of the most underprivileged and in need gain access to justice, life-changing legal advice and representation; all incredibly important issues.
The walk passes many incredible London landmarks; it is a fantastic opportunity to explore parts of London that you may not have seen and mix with lawyers and students alike - so fantastic for networking too!
There is a lively and festival-like atmosphere with thousands of people (and a few dogs) pounding the pavements and a street party in Carey Street (just off Chancery Lane) to finish the walk.
Last year over £800,000 was raised and more than 12,000 people took to the streets.
If you’d be interested in walking with us on 21st May, for a very worthy cause (and don’t forget the free drink at the end), then make sure to sign up below!
Friends, partners, children and dogs all welcome - the more the merrier!
You can register for the event here.
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