No5 Chambers Enters Teams Into The Birmingham, London and Leicester Legal Walks

Wed, 18 May 2016

No5 Chambers has entered three teams into this years Legal Walks across the UK. The 10km sponsored walks around Birmingham, London and Leicester help to raise much needed funds to charities that provide life changing legal advice and representation to those in need.

The London Legal Walk which took place on Monday 16th May 2016, started at Carey Street, just off Chancery Lane and ended at The Law Society. Walkers from No5 Chambers included: Anthony Korn, Kevin Leigh, Nicholas Cobill, Varsha Jagadesham, Jessica Seaton, Stephen Goodfellow, Caroline Jennings, Oscar Redif, Calum Luxmoore, Cameron Grant and Julia Bwoma. Our team walked with The Lord Chief Justice and many more lawyers to raise funds.

You can still support our London team here: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/fundraiser-web/fundraiser/showFundraiserProfilePage.action?userUrl=No_5&isTeam=true

The Birmingham Legal Walk which takes place on Monday 6th June 2016 will commence at the No5 Chambers Birmingham office for a second year running. The lead and senior walkers our Birmingham team will be walking with include: Robert Bourns, Vice President of The Law Society of England and Wales, John Hughes , President of The Birmingham Law Society, Mark Anderson QC Head of No5 Chambers, and Michael Ward, the CEO of Gateley PLC.

The No5 Birmingham team include Mark Anderson QC, Jodie Kembery, Alexander Mellis, Christopher Perry, Nicola Preston, Julia Bwoma, William Theaker, Brett Moloney, Jo Pickersgill, Elisha Pye, Daniel Griffiths, Craig Wain, Adam Bates, Peter Green, Joshua Worthington, Charlotte Wilson and James Ashford.

If you would like to support our Birmingham team you can do so here: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/nochambersbirmingham

The Leicester Legal Walk which takes place on Monday 20th June 2016 will commence at Leicester Crown Court on Wellington Street. The lead and senior walkers for the Leicester Legal Walk include: Lord Bach of Butterworth, Professor Surinder Sharma the High Sheriff of Leicestershire and Gail Whyte, President of Leicestershire Junior Lawyers Division.

The No5 Leicester team include: Christopher Perry, Claire Howell, Heather Popley, Caroline Warsop and Russell Hobbs.

If you would like to support the No5 Leicester team you can do so here: https://mydonate.bt.com/fundraisers/nofivechambersleicester

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