Canada: CB Toronto Hits The Court For Lawyers Can’t Jump
Last Updated: September 12 2016

Toronto, ON – For the past several years, Collins Barrow Toronto has participated in Lawyers Can't Jump, and the tradition continues when the event returns on Thursday, September 29. Running from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Toronto's HoopDome (75 Carl Hall Road), the charity basketball tournament raises funds to support Justice for Children and Youth, who offers legal representation to low-income children and youth in Toronto and the surrounding area.

Justice for Children and Youth is a non-profit legal aid clinic that specializes in protecting the rights of those facing conflicts related to law education, social service and mental health.

"We are happy to once again participate in Lawyers Can't Jump," says Collins Barrow Toronto Valuations Inc. Partner Ian Wollach. "In addition to an enjoyable day on the basketball court, this event allows us to support Justice for Children and Youth's extremely worthwhile work as they provide sustainable community development, public legal education and direct legal services to young people in need."

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