Our team is very active in pro bono and many members are involved in pro bono activities, including:
- Queen Mary: many team members volunteer to supervise law students providing free legal advice to the local East London community. The first under-graduate led legal advice centre, Queen Mary's is the firm's largest pro bono project.
- Victims of Terrorism Campaign: Jill Greenfield was heavily involved in a campaign to introduce a compensation scheme for British victims of terrorist attacks abroad
- AvMA helpline: many team members are volunteers at the AvMA helpline, which offers advice to individuals who believe they have been victims of medical accidents.
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"The group is praised for its commitment to 'demystifying the legal process' while this is a firm for which the client has always been a priority"
Fieldfisher has successfully been recognised as an "Occupation and Asbestos Disease Specialists" Fieldfisher are now recognised as assessors
Charities we support
Compensation claim against the MoD following Kabul helicopter crash
Keith Barrett supported Gordon Emin's family during the inquest into his death in Kabul in 2015.
Fieldfisher bring first successful Asbestolux product liability claim in UK - another landmark case for mesothelioma sufferers
Caroline Pinfold has brought the first successful asbestos product liability claim in the UK.
The law must not force claimants to gamble crucial compensation
Parliament has been asked to consider changing the very practical system operated by the Lord Chancellor to say how lump sum compensation should be calculated.
Fieldfisher supports Matt Briggs' call for changes to cycling laws
Following the verdict in the high-profile Alliston cycling trial at the Old Bailey in August 2017, Keith Barrett helped client Matt Briggs to launch a campaign to have outdated cycling laws brought
Fieldfisher hosts successful conference for practitioners working with people suffering catastrophic neurological injury