Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K, & Fun Walk

Saturday, May 18, 2024

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Join the D.C. Bar for the 2024 Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K, & Fun Walk!

Register by May 13 to get 15% off with code DCBAR24.

The D.C. Bar is partnering with the American Heart Association for the 2024 Lawyers Have Heart 10K, 5K, & Fun Walk. Since 2018, the D.C. Bar has organized its own team for the race and acted as the official location for Lawyers Have Heart race packet pickups.

We invite D.C. Bar members to lace up your shoes and join us for a run or walk this year! Let’s come together to support the vital mission of the American Heart Association. Join the D.C. Bar team and run alongside Bar members, executives, legal leaders, friends, family, and colleagues to be a relentless force for a world of longer, healthier lives.

Sign up to be on the D.C. Bar team before May 13, and receive 15% off your registration fee. Use discount code DCBAR24.


Event Information

Participating in the Lawyers Have Heart 5K, 10K, & Fun Walk boosts your heart health AND mental health while helping millions of others at the same time.

Be a supporter of critical research. Be a community energizer. Be a champion. Be a lifesaver.

Saturday, May 18, 2024
6:30 a.m. Festival Area Opens | 7:45 a.m. 10K Race Begins | 8:00 a.m. 5K Race Begins

West Potomac Park, Washington, DC
2912 Independence Avenue Southwest
Washington, DC 20418

There will be a kid fun zone, pet area, jumbo-tron, music, prizes, and more…or participate VIRTUALLY from anywhere in the world! Join our team to connect with fellow Bar members, enjoy games, prizes, and refreshments at our tent on race day.

Click here to register, select “Join a Team," and choose “D.C. Bar.”

Enter discount code DCBAR24 at checkout to save 15%.

Why I Run...

Lawyers Have Heart

About Lawyers Have Heart

By registering for Lawyers Have Heart, you are taking the first step to save lives. Every participant who joins and every dollar donated means more research, more people trained in lifesaving CPR, more medical breakthroughs for heart disease, and more champions for equitable health.