Legal dinner raises funds for Help for Heroes
Lawyers from across the South West raised cash to help wounded service personnel at the Plymouth Law Society Dinner.
The event, at the city's Duke of Cornwall Hotel, helped raise awareness and funds for Help for Heroes, the nominated charity of Plymouth Law Society president Steven Hudson, also senior partner at Gard and Co Solicitors.
Richard Lupton, South West regional co-ordinator for Help for Heroes, attended the black-tie event to speak about the charity's work.
He thanked Plymouth Law Society for nominating Help for Heroes as its chosen charity this year, and said money raised will be used to support service men and woman through its hospital and rehabilitation centres, including Hasler Company based at HMS Drake, in Plymouth.
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Plymouth Law Society played host to 127 lawyers, barristers and guests, from the Plymouth area and regionally, at the dinner.
Guests included Paul Dyson, vice president of the Devon and Somerset Law Society, and Robert Warner, president of the Cornwall Law Society.
There was also a presentation to retired district judge Christopher Tromans.
"It was an opportunity to thank him for his many years of public service," said Mr Hudson. "And the dinner was a highlight of 2012 for the region's legal community."
The event was sponsored by Marsh UK with the company represented by vice president William Cooper.