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Row2Recovery's (R2R) aim was to raise money to help rehabilitate injured British servicemen and women, and its fund-raising challenge involved supporting wounded soldiers in an epic trans-Atlantic rowing challenge. The challenge raised over £1,000,000.

R2R was created purely for the Atlantic crossing. Our initial work involved registration of the charity. Since then, our work has involved the trustees of R2R standing down to facilitate the merger of R2R with another charity, Rowing for our Wounded.

All of the work we undertook was on a pro bono basis by Andrew Collins, partner, Lucy Scott, solicitor and Sarah Aldersley, trainee.
Pro bono work not only adds value to the charity but also offers opportunities to our lawyers. In this case by allowing a trainee to get hands on experience in dealing with multiple legal issues and meeting a client's expectations.

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