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Access to Justice Foundation's "Go the Extra Mile" Campaign

With the Scottish Legal Walks unable to take place this year, the Access to Justice Foundation is inviting the Scottish legal community to take up a different challenge ahead of Pro Bono Week in November.

This year, the Scottish legal community is invited to participate in Go the Extra Mile for Justice Day on 5 November, in celebration of Pro Bono Week from 2 to 6 November. 

The Go the Extra Mile for Justice challenge tasks participants with travelling a set number of miles in any form they like, from walking to running, skipping, cycling, or even hopping! For every mile they complete, participants can ask friends and family to sponsor them.

Whilst the Go the Extra Mile for Justice challenge runs until the end of 2020, the Foundation is encouraging us all to sign up and take part on Thursday 5 November.

More information on the challenge is available at this link. For how to sign up, visit this link.

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