Team UCL wins the midway prize for most money raised in the Law School Challenge
13 March 2017
The Law School Challenge is a fundraising competition in aid of LawWorks and the Bar Pro Bono Unit, two charities who do important work to help improve access to justice
Team UCL have been awarded the midway prize for their fundraising efforts having managed to raise a fantastic £1566.54 by 31 January. The team were invited for a congratulatory lunch at K&L Gates with a prestigious array of attendees including the CEOs of LawWorks and the Bar Pro Bono Unit, Nick Hughes, the President of the City of London Law Society and the Master of the City of London Solicitor’s Company, Neil Cameron, Clerk to the City of London Solicitors Company and Secretary to the City of London Law Society, and Neil Logan Green, partner at K&L Gates.
The team were also awarded £250 in book vouchers for their achievement. They look towards the final awards ceremony for the LSC 2016/17, where it will be announced who has won the overall prize, the prestigious LawWorks Attorney General Student Pro Bono Award.
Fingers crossed for Team UCL!
Image from left to right: Alexandra Booysen, Jasmine Castledine, Aadishi Agarwal and Omar Akmal Hameed, being awarded the prize by Nick Hughes, President of the City of London Law Society and the Master of the City of London Solicitor’s Company
Photo taken by kind permission of Neil Logan Green, at K&L Gates by Neil Cameron, Clerk to the City of London Solicitors Company / Secretary, City of London Law Society