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Walk for Justice 2019

Event Date: 
21 May 2019
Event time: 
7:30am - 9:00am

Join us for the Walk For Justice in 2019!

The Walk for Justice raises vital funds for JusticeNet SA and celebrates the legal profession’s pro bono contribution to ensuring thousands of South Australians have access to justice. The Walk for Justice commences at 7:30am on Tuesday 21 May 2019 at the University of Adelaide Law School (Ligertwood Building) forecourt.

Walkers enjoy a 5km route through the Botanic Gardens, along the River Torrens and culminating with a complimentary breakfast at the Published Arthouse served by JusticeNet’s ‘Breakfast Club’ of legal, corporate and community leaders.

We encourage each walker to raise or donate about $100 to support JusticeNet's work helping disadvantaged South Australians, including those experiencing poverty, disability, risk of homelessness, refugees and people representing themselves in court.

Our fundraising target this year is $75,000.

Click here to register now

Event details
Event contacts
Contact name: 
Jacqui Nuske

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