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Tracksuits at the ready: Lawyers gear up for London Legal Walk

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Legal London will be full to bursting with tracksuit-clad judges, barristers, solicitors, students, apprentices, clerks and more next Monday. This can only mean one thing: it’s London Legal Walk time!

The annual sponsored walk (or run!) is in aid of free legal advice charities across the capital and the South East and is organised by the London Legal Support Trust. Participants will take a scenic route through London past the Inns of Court, Hyde Park, Trafalgar Square and the Royal Courts of Justice.

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With sites as iconic as these en route and for such a good cause, small wonder the walk draws in big crowds every year. Last year, 12,000 people took part and raised a whopping £800,000.

Spotted previously on the 10km track include former Supreme Court president Lord Neuberger and daytime TV judge Robert Rinder. 2 Hare Court barrister Rinder will be on hand this year too, taking photos with teams of walkers by the registration desk.

If legal celebs don’t take your fancy, the walk’s also a great opportunity to spot lawyers’ dogs.

Images via Twitter: @TVEdwardsSol @libertyhq

The Legal Cheek team will, as usual, be walking alongside Lawcare, a brilliant charity that supports lawyers and law students with mental health and wellbeing issues.

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I really want a selfie with KK <3

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Can’t wait to see KK in Lycra

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Will Tom wear a vest?

Asking for a friend.

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Does the friend provide back office support by any chance?

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I want a selfie with Aishah Hussain.

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“Legal London will be full to bursting with tracksuit-clad judges, barristers, solicitors, students, apprentices, clerks …”

Subconscious view of professional and social ranking here, Katie?

Interesting how people who bang on about certain prejudices harbour just as many themselves, but about different things.

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