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Matt King twice completed the Great North Run. In 2007 he also became the first quadriplegic to finish the New York marathon. Now King, clearly a determined individual, is not giving up his fight for a place in London.
King’s challenge has already kicked off what could be a marathon run of comments on www.thelawyer.com, with one claiming “American litigation mania arrives in London”.
This is unlikely to deter the second-year Stewarts Law trainee, who was left paralysed after he broke his neck during his debut game with rugby league under-18s side London Broncos.
“Since my accident there’s only so many things I can still do and I’ve sought to make the best of what I still have to offer,” says King.
Structural steel firm Severfield-Rowen, which provided steel for London’s Shard building and the 2012 Olympic stadium, has appointed its first in-house lawyer in the shape of former Pinsent Masons partner Mark Sanderson