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Rolls Building Art and Education Trust

2019 London Legal Walk

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Target £0.00

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[p]Thank you for visiting our team's fundraising page for the 2019 London Legal sponsored walk.[/p][p]Our team so far is: [b]The Rt Hon Dame Elisabeth Gloster, Lord Justice Christopher Floyd, Lord Justice Julian Flaux, Mr Justice Colin Birss, Mrs Justice Sara Cockerill, Mrs Justice Ingrid Simler, Mr Justice Richard Snowden, Bruce Harris, Tom Christopherson, Sophie Arkette, Stephen Fash[/b][/p][p]We are walking with the Lord Chief Justice and thousands of lawyers to raise funds for the London Legal Support Trust which funds Law Centres and pro bono agencies in and around London. and for the Rolls Building Art and Education Trust.[/p][p]The Rolls Building was opened by Her Majesty the Queen on 7th December 2011. As the new home of the Chancery Division, the Admiralty and Commercial Court and the Technology and Construction Court it is the largest specialist centre for the resolution of financial, business and property litigation in the world.[/p][p]The Rolls Building Art & Education Trust (RBAET) has been established to commission and deploy artistic and historical items to promote awareness of the law and the business-related justice system among young people, working with education organisations such as the National Centre for Citizenship & the Law who already run activities for schools and colleges at the Royal Courts of Justice and the Supreme Court. The RBAET is grateful to the London Legal Support Trust for enabling 50% of the funds its team raises on the London Legal Walk to be put towards developing the educational programme recently piloted at the Rolls Building.[/p][p]The London Legal Support Trust funds Law Centres and pro bono agencies in and around London. We know that these agencies do a fantastic job in preventing homelessness, resolving debt problems, gaining care for the elderly and disabled and fighting exploitation.[/p][p]We also know how short they are of the funds to continue that work.[/p][p]Further information about the Trust’s educational and art activities can be found on its website [url=http://www.rbaet.org.uk]www.rbaet.org.uk[/url][/p][p]Please sponsor our walkers as generously as you are able[/p]

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