Agricultural Law Barristers

  • Agricultural Holdings Act
  • Tenancies
  • Farming Partnerships
  • Inheritance Act
  • Planning
  • Wind Farms
  • Mobile Phone Masts
  • Listed Buildings
  • Nature Conservation
  • Environmental Protection
  • Property Disputes
  • Commercial Disputes
  • Health and Safety
  • Insolvency
  • Court of Protection
  • Judicial Review
  • Personal Injury
  • Trusts and Estates
  • Professional Negligence 
  • Employment
  • Employing Foreign Workers
  • Firearms Licenses
  • Livestock
  • Equine  

Trinity Chambers has brought together senior and experienced practitioners who cover all aspects of Agricultural law from planning matters, Agricultural Holdings Act issues, Inheritance Act disputes through to complex trusts, estates and capacity issues.

Given Trinity’s large rural client base, the barristers recognise and understand the particular challenges and complexities of Agricultural law. They deal with professional negligence cases involving valuers, land agents and other professionals dealing with agricultural matters. The barristers recognise and are able to assist with the increasing regulatory requirements in agriculture including environmental protection, levies, licensing and health and safety. They are also able to offer support in relation to agricultural employment matters such as employing foreign and temporary workers.

Within the Agricultural law team several barristers have extensive expertise in equestrian related issues including buying and selling disputes, personal injury claims involving horses and the Animals Act 1971, loan, syndicate and livery disputes, professional negligence (including veterinary, farrier, physiotherapy, dentistry), RSPCA and welfare disputes.

Several of the barristers in the Agricultural Law group are members of the Agricultural Law Association (ALA).

The barristers regularly provide training events to clients including workshops and seminars which attract CPD accreditation