Posted 15 May 2014
A law seminar aimed at people who run equine businesses and events will be held at Harper Adams University next month.
The event, on June 19th is suited to people who run or would like to set up an equine business, coaches, keen amateur riders and those involved in planning equine events or advising equine people with equine interests.
Carrie de Silva, one half of the professional team leading the seminar, says: “This valuable CPD event will bring delegates up to date with the latest court cases and planning law.
We will also advice on effective tax planning, employment law, obligations of event managers, and protecting against civil and criminal liability for personal injury.”
Carrie will be joined by fellow Harper Adams lecturer Susan Ragbourne at the seminar, which costs £180, to include lunch, the Equine Law book and a certificate of attendance.
For further information or a booking form visit www.harper-adams.ac.uk/short-courses/106/equine-law