A-law teams up with WCL and Leigh Day to host Seminar about farming and animal welfare post-Brexit

On Monday 19th November 2018 A-law will be c0-hosting a free seminar with Wildlife & Countryside Link and Leigh Day about farming and animal welfare post-Brexit. The seminar, entitled ‘Agriculture & Animal Welfare Post-Brexit’, takes place in Central London from 2:00pm – 4:3opm and will feature the following presentations:

Chair’s Introduction
Carol Day, Consultant Solicitor, Leigh Day

‘The Agriculture Bill: Will it Secure a Green Brexit?’
Thomas Lancaster, Principal Policy Officer for Agriculture at the RSPB and Vice-Chair of the Agriculture Working Group, Wildlife & Countryside Link

‘The Future of the EU Nature Conservation Measures and Legal Measures to Deliver Public Money for Public Good’
Colin T Reid, Professor of Environmental Law, School of Social Sciences, University of Dundee

‘The Environmental and Animal Welfare Implications for Procurement’
Alan Bates, Barrister at Monckton Chambers and Legal & Policy Director of the UK Centre for Animal Law (A-law)

‘High Ambitions and Harsh Realities – Animal Welfare, Brexit and Free Trade Agreements’
Iyan Offor, PhD Researcher (University of Strathclyde Centre for Environmental Law & Governance) and Associate Researcher (Eurogroup for Animals)

Chair’s Summing Up
Paula Sparks, Chair of the UK Centre for Animal Law (A-law)

The event takes place at Leigh Day’s London offices, which are located at Priory House, 25 St John’s Lane, London EC1M 4LB. The event is free to attend. However, places are limited. To RSVP, please email [email protected].

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