In Kind Support

Building Commercial Success

One important way in which law firms and others support LLST is through in-kind donations and they really are invaluable. If you think you might be able to offer us a product or service that would help us or the agencies we work with, please do get in touch.

Some examples of who helps this way at the moment (and to whom we are extremely grateful) are:

The Access to Justice Foundation kindly provides the public liability insurance for all of the sponsored walks LLST holds as well as support in a number of other practical ways. We are very pleased to be working closely with them and the other regional support trusts.
Bill and Don of Practice Management Excellence have invited LLST staff along to some of their brilliant training days.

PME strongly feels that all businesses can find innovative and creative ways to give a little something back to society and try to help people who are less fortunate than ourselves.  They know that pro bono work is a part of the legal profession’s DNA with numerous professionals giving their time freely for altruistic motivations.

The team at PME kindly support LLST because they feel that they should strive to contribute towards a charity which echoes this profession’s motivations.

Allen & Overy provide a wonderful range of support to LLST, including undertaking much of our design and printing work for free, processing gift aid forms, allowing us to use of their meeting rooms, and much more.
Simmons and Simmons designed our logo and first posters in 2003 and continue to help to this day. They have also provided pro bono support to do with IP.
Norton Rose Fulbright kindly host the start venue of Walk the Thames.
Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer has hugely helped with the design and printing for our events. They have also made a number of short videos to help with publicity for the London Legal Walk and other events.
The Law Society for being the headline sponsor of the London Legal Walk, helping with comms and providing a fantastic end venue pro bono.
Herbert Smith Freehills for helping with the design and printing for the Great Legal Bake.

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