We’re delighted to share the news of our latest award win, having been named the Law Works Pro Bono Award Winner 2018 for ‘Best Contribution by a Small Firm’ at its annual ceremony last night in London.
Our team is thrilled to receive the honour and recognition for all its work in supporting clients in discrimination cases – alongside Chris Fry’s work to influence government and policy makers to support and protect access to justice.
Chris Fry, Managing Partner, Fry Law, who collected the award at The Law Society, Chancery Lane, said: “This is a fantastic way to end a very busy year for Fry Law.
“Thank you to all those who have supported and instructed us – we are proud of the work that we do to help deliver change and end discrimination, in all its forms.”
The Law Society Gazette was kind enough to report on the evening. The full story and image gallery can be viewed here.
The team was shortlisted for two Law Works Pro Bono awards – a significant achievement in itself as hundreds of firms and charities are nominated for each category. You can read more about the work we were honoured for and more detail on the awards in our previous post, here.
The annual Awards lecture was given by Rt Hon David Lammy MP, and the evening was hosted by Clive Coleman, the BBC’s Legal Correspondent.
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