Clutz lawyers take a leap of faith

By Lara Bullock|15 May 2016
Clive Luck, Clayton Utz

Three Clayton Utz lawyers abseiled down the QV1 building in Perth to raise funds for the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation.

On 5 May, Clayton Utz partner Clive Luck (pictured left) and lawyers Lauren Bracewell (pictured right) and Laura Clarke took a break from their work and abseiled 160 metres down the 43-storey building, which houses the Clayton Utz office.

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They completed the feat as part of the 2016 Abseil for PMH event, to help the Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation promote the prevention and treatment of illness and injury in children throughout Western Australia.

The trio raised more than $3,000 between them, contributing to the $489,000 total raised by the 350 participants.

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