One of the region’s leading agricultural law firms has been reappointed to the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) legal panel for a third time in succession.
The move strengthens Lanyon Bowdler’s position as agricultural law specialists and means the firm will continue to provide highly knowledgeable legal services for NFU members across Shropshire and the Marches.
The legal panel is reviewed every three years and focuses on the quality of legal services, fee structures and commitment to the NFU as well as its members. It also takes into account feedback from NFU members and staff.
Robert Newbery, NFU West Midlands regional director, said Lanyon Bowdler offers a sound and professional service to farmer and grower members.
He said: “Our members are facing an ever-increasing regulatory burden so it’s essential we have the right firms in place on our legal panel, with strong agricultural and rural teams, to provide the support they need.
“Lanyon Bowdler has strength and depth of expertise in both farming and non-agricultural issues and it’s excellent that they are on hand to offer such a service.”
Pictured: Brian Evans, managing partner and head of agriculture at Lanyon Bowdler