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QEB Hollis Whiteman team to walk the 2015 London Legal Walk

A team of barristers and clerks from QEB Hollis Whiteman is once again pulling on their walking boots for the 10K London Legal Walk to raise funds for legal advice charities in London and the South East, this year a more needy cause than ever with recent events in the world of Legal Aid.

Signed up for the team so far are Barristers - Tom Kark QC,  Polly Dyer, Fallon Alexis, Philip Stott, Jocelyn Ledward, Lydia Barnfather and  Phil Mcghee, Chambers Director - Alastair Rhodes and Members of the Clerking Team - David O’Sullivan, James Booth, Jonny Wagstaff and Harry Russell.

The walk is on Monday 18th May starting between 5.30 and 6.00pm and we need your support, both financial, which can be pledged on our Virgin Money sponsorship page at

and in person, in past years we have met and even shared an isotonic beverage, with friends and supporters en route.  If you fancy meeting up with us on the evening please get in touch to make a plan.  

More about the walk, including the route, can be found at the London Legal Support Trust’s website at:

Contact us:

1-2 Laurence Pountney Hill,
London EC4R 0EU

Telephone: 020 7933 8855
Fax: 020 7929 3732                     DX: 858 London City


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Monday to Friday
Out of hours (24 hours) contact 
07989 429 147 (Chris)
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