Cambridge Law Firm Joining Law Walk To Raise Funds For Local Adult Services

Eight Irwin Mitchell Staff Taking On The 10km Walk


Eight members from the Cambridge office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell will be taking on the Cambridge Legal Walk on 13 June to help raise funds for local advisory services.


The annual 10km walk around the city, organised by the Eastern Legal Support Trust, will raise money for local legal charities and voluntary advice centres in the region that provide a wide range of services to vulnerable adults in the region


The Irwin Mitchell team will include Regional Managing Partner Neil Whiteley, Phoebe Osborne and Samantha Shaw from the asbestos-related disease team, serious injury expert Ruth Booy, Jake Alston and Alex Davenport from the military injuries team, Shereen Chohan from family law and medical negligence expert Sarah Weallans.


Phoebe Osborne, an expert asbestos-related disease lawyer, said:


Expert Opinion
“The legal walk around Cambridge is for a number of great causes in our local area and is something we are really looking forward to taking part in for the second year running.

“Lots of people need advice on legal matters but don’t always have the means to seek the support of professionals so ELST helps to raise funds for charities and advice centres to provide much needed support.

“Hopefully more professionals within the legal industry will recognise the need for this great cause and sign up to take part in the event and raise crucial funds to enable the local advice services to continue doing the amazing work they do.”
Phoebe Osborne, Solicitor


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