Volunteering Opportunities

London Legal Walk Event Marshals

As a marshal you will help us prepare the day, set up the street party and registration desks, and/or later be positioned along the route where it will be your role to direct walkers and offer support and encouragement as they go past. Afterwards you are invited to join in the fun at the street party on Carey Street. 

We need volunteers who are available on Monday 8th June 2020 and able to commit to the below time:

  • Set up volunteer: 11am - 3pm (20 needed)
  • Route marshal - prep and en route: 3pm - 9pm (200 needed)

Please head to our dedicated London Legal Walk event page to find out more about the biggest fundraising event in the legal calendar year and to complete the Marshal registration form.

 

 

Event Volunteers

We look for ad hoc event volunteers throughout the year to help with a wide array of duties including setting up the sponsored walks / venue, registering attendees, selling raffle tickets and cheering on event participants.

We also look for ad hoc volunteers to help with short-term office based tasks.

To hear more about these opportunities request to be added to the mailing list here.

 

Student Ambassador 

We look for bright and dedicated students with excellent communication skills to become Student Ambassadors of LLST and ATJF within their university/college community.

This role provides us with a key go-to person for your university to be responsible for raising awareness of the pro bono and free legal advice sector, and is a way for students to participate in LLST's and ATJF's exciting fundraising initiatives to further access to justice.

Being an ambassador will provide you with a fantastic chance to improve your networking, marketing and communication skills which will be of great use in your future career, and it was also contribute to helping raise funds for a great cause!

To find out more details about the vacancy and when we are next recruiting please email volunteering@llst.org.uk


 
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