Trinity Barrister Guest Speaker at Horse Rider & Driver Awareness Talk
Trinity specialist Equestrian and Family Law barrister, Natasha Andrews will be a guest speaker at a “Rider and Driver Awareness Evening” to be held on Thursday 13th June 2019 in Lanchester, County Durham.
Natasha has a keen interest in horses and all aspects of equestrian law and regulation. She has developed a website dedicated to equestrian law – www.equestrianlawyer.co.uk covering breach of contract, professional negligence, regulatory work, tribunal representation and personal injury. Natasha is a keen equestrian herself, competing regularly in competitions across the UK.
Natasha’s session will discuss the legal implications of the relationship between vehicle drivers and horse riders on the roads. She will be joined by additional guest speakers including Des Payne from The British Horse Society safety team and Penny Dodd, Police Officer from Northumbria Police.
The free session starts at 7.30pm and will be held at Lanchester Social Club, 1 Newbiggen Lane, Lanchester, Durham, DH7 0PF.
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