The Edinburgh Legal Walk in aid of The Access to Justice Foundation will take place on Monday 10th October 2016 at 5pm. This event is a 10km walk across Edinburgh city centre and allows the teams to take in the city’s sights whilst fundraising for a worthy cause. The Access to Justice Foundation supports legal advice charities across the UK to assist with their work helping vulnerable people who are in need of legal advice.
This walk is not only for the legal community as The Access to Justice Foundation are asking anyone who is interested to sign up and welcome friends, family, colleagues and even pets to come along to the Legal Walk on Monday 10th October 2016. Teams can be of anyone size and there is no registration fee, merely the encouragement to fundraise for the cause. The walk will begin from The Old Quad at Edinburgh Law School, South Bridge. To find out more about the event, please email Sian McGee at The Access to Justice Foundation.
The Free Legal Advice Centre have signed up to this annual event and are rounding up students and staff to join the team to raise as much as possible for The Access to Justice Foundation. The Centre is dedicated to providing an access to justice to the local community within Edinburgh, the Lothians and Fife and have been taking part in this event for a number of years. We are encouraging upcoming students who are about to embark on the Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Legal Practice at the University of Edinburgh to show their interest of joining our team by emailing the Free Legal Advice Centre. We are fundraising for both The Access to Justice Foundation and also our own Free Legal Advice Centre. We are welcoming donations which can be made at our fundraising page.
All of us at The Free Legal Advice Centre are looking forward to Monday 10th October 2016 to take part in The Edinburgh Legal Walk!