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The London Legal Walk 2021

Our People - Chryso Loizides
18 October, 2021

The London Legal Walk supports over 130 advice agencies in the London & South East ever year. Many advice agencies have reported a six-fold increase in demand as a result of the pandemic, and with a half of advice agencies under threat of closure, our support is needed now more than ever. Two-thirds of the UK population don’t know how to get legal advice and 14 million people can’t afford to pay for it. The London Legal Walk raises vital funds to ensure access to justice for some of our communities’ most vulnerable people.

A big thank you to our wonderful GN Law team of 12 who are walking 10km for justice today, Monday 18 October 2021.

In the last year, our free legal advice clinics have continued to support those who need us most in our community and we will continue doing so.

Our fundraising page will remain open until 30 November 2021. We would be grateful for your support, however big or small.

Please visit our fundraising page.

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