Manchester Law Society sets up pro bono panel to assist bomb victims

The Manchester Law Society has established a pro bono legal advice program to provide help for victims of the Manchester Arena attack, which killed 23 people, including the bomber. More than 120 people were seriously injured during the attack, which occurred on 22 May. The Manchester Law Society has already received hundreds of emails requesting help, according to a spokesperson. The pro bono panel includes lawyers who can give advice to bereaved families, and help with Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority claims for those who were seriously injured.

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Fri, May 26, 2017 l2b.thelawyer.com