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Blog series for #ProBonoWeek

Lawyers from Cooley, Morrison & Foerster, Mayer Brown, Kingsley Napley, Allen & Overy and Hogan Lovells share their experiences of Z2K's Tribunal Project.

By Jen Durrant · November 4, 2019

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    Ross Keeble, Cooley

    "On a personal level it has been incredibly rewarding working face-to-face with clients to help them secure the judgments they deserve, experiencing first hand just how much it...

  • November 4, 2019 · Blog | Community | Disability Rights | ESA & PIP | Samantha Evans

    Harriet Sassoon, Morrison & Foerster

    “Working with Z2K is incredibly rewarding not least because the impact of a positive PIP or ESA appeal can significantly improve the quality of life for individuals who...

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    Clare Hastie, Kingsley Napley

    "I often find when meeting with a client that their confidence has been knocked by the DWP’s decision and that they have lost faith in the system that...

  • November 4, 2019 · Latest News

    Sara Spratt, Allen & Overy

    "It is great to see a partnership like this between a corporate law firm and a small charity which provides vital work for disadvantaged Londoners and I am...

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    Jeremy Holden, Mayer Brown

    "These are people already living with very serious medical difficulties, trying to work through an intimidating legal process and it has been incredibly rewarding to have the chance...

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    Henry Vane, Hogan Lovells

    "I believed that every single one of my clients deserved the benefits we were seeking on their behalf and I'm glad to help them, in a small way."