Starter for Ten
ALA’s residential training course Starter for Ten gives a basic introduction for trainees and the newly qualified in those elements of the law which are relevant to rural business advice.
Land law and tenancies are covered as are the Common Agricultural Policy and other features of European law which impact the sector. Tax and trusts are dealt with insofar as they affect farming and rural businesses and the course also details the relevant litigation aspects.
The 2019 Starter for Ten will be held on 26 to 28 February 2019 at the University of Warwick.
Please note that in order to sit the Starter for Ten Course, attendees must also be full members of the Association.
UPDATE 7 DECEMBER – PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED. PLEASE CONTACT MIKE HOLLAND AT firstname.lastname@example.org IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO PUT YOUR NAME ON OUR RESERVE LIST.
For those with more experience of working in law of agriculture and the countryside, the Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association awards those who attend the advanced training and pass a written examination a badge of excellence by which they may distinguish themselves.
The Fellowship course will be held over two sessions:
Week 1: Monday, 30 September to Wednesday 2 October 2019 (inclusive)
Week 2: Tuesday, 15 and Wednesday, 16 October 2019
It is a requirement that candidates for the 2019 Fellowship must have been ordinary members of the Association since 1 April 2018.
If you have any queries or would like to register your interest in taking the 2019 Course and Exam, please contact Mike Holland at email@example.com or on 07885 643341.