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Agriculture & Rural Affairs

"The clerks are really good and approachable, I always get good rapport with them."

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"They are always willing to help. They are quick at replying and finding appropriate options of counsel. The clerks are one of the main reasons I use them."

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"The clerks always respond in a timely and appropriate manner and are able to understand the needs of the clients and find appropriate counsel."

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"The set’s communication and availability are second to none. It has a vast range of experience and differing barristers with different years of call and experience."

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"All the clerks at No5 are excellent. They are friendly and efficient and always put the client first."

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"No5 is home to very talented barristers who are well researched, prepared and very engaging."

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All members of the Agriculture and Rural Affairs group belong to the Agricultural Law Association and have close links with members of the RICS and the CLA. It means the legal team fully understand the farming industry and the practical aspects of any situation. Priding themselves on a down-to-earth approach, the agricultural barristers deal not only with the highly specialist area of agricultural law but also a diverse range of other issues that relate to an agricultural or rural situation.

The expertise of members of diverse and specialist and includes: all aspects of property and chancery work, Agricultural Land Tribunal arbitrations, single farm payment and related issues, rural planning and compensation issues, Lands Tribunal References, agricultural property relief and tax planning, family disputes, personal injury, employment, regulatory work, environmental issues, equine law and crime.

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Agriculture & Rural Affairs Barristers

David Taylor

Call 1993

Emma Williams

Call 2012

David Taylor

Call 1993

Agriculture & Rural Affairs Clerks

Danny Griffiths

Director of Clerking (Birmingham)

Jordan Zaza

Business & Property Clerk

Daniel Birch

Business & Property Clerk

Olivia McIntyre

Business & Property Clerk

Tyrese Henderson-Mfubisha

Business & Property Clerk

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Clerk Team

Danny Griffiths

Director of Clerking (Birmingham)

danielg@no5.com

07960 831815

Jordan Zaza

Business & Property Clerk

jordanz@no5.com

Daniel Birch

Business & Property Clerk

danielbirch@no5.com

Olivia McIntyre

Business & Property Clerk

oliviam@no5.com

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