Two days. 25 law firms. 3,200 competitors. One great cause.
Do you work in the legal sector? Do you enjoy the buzz of athletic competition but also the thrill of employee cameraderie? If you're answer is a yes to both those questions, then you should take part in Tour De Law this October!
You'll be taking part in the biggest sporting event in the legal calendar and doing something amazing for people facing breast cancer.
Taking place inside their offices, twenty law firms will take to their static exercise bikes to race 1000km from London to Paris and back in an attempt to win the now much-coveted title of Tour de Law Champion.
With over 3,000 participants, the two-day Tour de Law is the largest legal charity race in the UK. There’s still time to enter your law firm – applications will be accepted up until August 2016.
Why sign up for Tour de Law?
- Create a buzz in the office – What’s unique about Tour de Law is that we bring the fun to you! The whole event takes place on static bikes inside the office. This engages not just the participants but the whole office who can watch their colleagues’ race to beat their rivals
- Increase staff retention - by motivating your staff and encouraging collaboration you can increase the affinity staff feel towards working at your organisation.
- Get involved with a cause your colleagues care about - With breast cancer being the most common cancer in the UK, many colleague will feel passionate about the difference they are making through taking part in this challenge.
How to sign up
Just visit the Tour de Law website to register your interest.
Breast Cancer Care’s Tour de Law is a fantastic event which raises money for a great charity and brings the London office together in support of our cyclists. We see a real mix of people get involved, some for fun, some to unleash their competitive streak - winning the title of fastest cyclist at Freshfields is a big deal! Working with the Breast Cancer Care team has been an absolute pleasure and we look forward to next year.Jill Hoseason, Chief Operating Officer, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer