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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Fieldfisher has successfully been recognised as an "Occupation and Asbestos Disease Specialists" Fieldfisher are now recognised as assessors
Charities we support
£30m birth injury settlement for delays at Newham General resulting in cerebral palsy
Following approval at the Royal Courts of Justice in November 2018, Jane Weakley has settled a long-running birth injury case for more than £30m against Barts Health NHS Trust, concerning Newham General Hospital.
Landmark hearing could reveal vital background to asbestos epidemic
In the Supreme Court this Monday, 18th February, judges will hear an appeal that could result in important information about asbestos exposure in the UK made available to the public.
Jill Greenfield selected for The Lawyer Hot 100 2019
Head of Serious Injury sector Jill Greenfield has been included this year's list of top lawyers compiled by The Lawyer.
The complexities behind a wrongful birth claim
Jane Weakley discusses the emotional and ethical challenges of wrongful birth claims.
Bridget Collier leads Fieldfisher sponsored walk for Greater Manchester Asbestos Victim Support Group Charity
Fieldfisher represents parents of Yousef Al-Kharboush who died in ITH Pharma contaminated baby feed case