Mills & Reeve trainees receive award for pro-bono work
Mills & Reeve trainees Jennifer Dalby and Rebecca Green have won Best Contribution in the Junior Lawyers division at the LawWorks Awards.
The LawWorks Awards are designed to celebrate the best pro bono work undertaken by firms and individuals across the country, recognising the positive impact they have on people’s lives.
Dalby and Green won the award, which is sponsored by The Law Society, for their efforts as Chair and Vice Chair of Birmingham Free Legal Advice Group (FLAG). The group works to provide legal advice to people and organisations that may otherwise be unable to access it.
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