Irwin Mitchell staff have a spell teaching kids to read

Robins, Jon
April 2005
Lawyer;4/25/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 16, p10
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The article reports that the English law firm Irwin Mitchell has launched the firm's "Right to Read" scheme. Irwin Mitchell is running this new scheme that enables its staff to volunteer to read with primary school children in Sheffield, England. It is open to both fee-earners and non-fee-earners at all levels and currently involves 35 people from the Sheffield office placed in six local primary schools. There are another 16 volunteers who have signed up with the law firm to a similar project in Leeds, England.


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