Wednesday, September 21 - Sunday, September 25
Nexsen Pruet is pleased to support the upcoming Mackrell International charity bike ride from London to Paris.
Attorney David Dubberly, patent draftsman Eric James, and others from Nexsen Pruet will be among the cyclists who take part in the 250 mile ride over three days this September. Dubberly chairs the firm’s Employment and Labor Law Group and co-chairs the International Law Team.
The funds raised by the ride will be donated to Association Vaincre la Mucoviscidose, the French cystic fibrosis association, and Larchfield, a children’s home in Tanzania that helps abandoned children.
"We are asking that firm clients and contacts come ride with us and support this worthy cause," said Dubberly. "If traveling to Europe for the ride is not possible, we ask that everyone help spread the word to cycling enthusiasts across the country in order to raise awareness of this charitable work."
Nexsen Pruet is a member of the Mackrell International law firm network, which has 90 member firms representing 4,500 lawyers in 60 countries. Founded in 1987, Mackrell International took its name from John Mackrell, a London lawyer who started a practice in Lincoln’s Inn in 1845. He was renowned for his common sense commercial approach to legal matters and founded a scholarship for practical legal excellence.