This week’s letter is L (I’ve skipped K as there aren’t yet any jobs starting with K that are explored on Equus-Blog). If you missed last week’s Friday Feature, take a look at Jackaroo/Jillaroo.
There are many aspects of the equine industry that fit in under different laws. Some examples include agreements that cover breeding, agistment or livery, leasing or following equine welfare laws. In these areas, it may be necessary to hire the services of a lawyer who is versed in equine related law.
Tasks of an equine lawyer may include:
- advising business owners about their rights or obligations
- drawing up contracts between two or more parties with regards to horse ownership and care
- helping business owners to take action against customers who may not be fulfilling their obligations
For someone who practices equine law, this niche is possible if they have a background knowledge of the equine industry, and a law related qualification. If you’re interested in pursuing law, particularly in the equine sector, the following posts may be of interest:
- A Force to be Reckoned With
- Equine Law
- Free Equine Law Webinar
- Saved Equine Law Webinar Available Online
“The one best precept-the golden rule in dealing with a horse-is never to approach him angrily. Anger is so deviod of forethought that it will often drive a man to do things which in a calmer mood he will regret.” – Xenophon