23rd February, 2022

9 St John Street Chambers is pleased to announce the appointment of Victoria Rigby to the British Equestrian Judicial Panel

9 St John Street Chambers are pleased to announce the recent appointment of Victoria Rigby to the British Equestrian Judicial Panel.

Established in 1972 British Equestrian is the umbrella organization for 18 independent member bodies and is the largest representative body within the equestrian industry.

She will form part of the hearing body that plays a vital role in dispute resolution within the industry for member bodies and participants within the sport up to Olympic level.

Victoria looks forward to this new challenge, which will complement her existing practice specializing in claims in the equine field.

Click here to view Victoria's profile, or alternatively click here to download her Equine Animal Law CV.

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