Posted on 23rd June 2008

Darlington Solicitor Joins Rural Professionals Committee

Rosanne Green, solicitor at Darlington law firm Latimer Hinks, has been selected as a member of the Agricultural Law Association:The Next Generation (ALATNG) regional committee. ALA was founded in 1975 to provide a forum for professionals serving agriculture lawyers, surveyors, accountants, bankers, farm business consultants and others to support each other in their career progression. The membership of more than 1,100 includes some of the leading practitioners in rural affairs in the UK and Europe. ALA:The Next Generation caters for younger professionals by arranging mixed technical and social events which allows members of all professions to meet each other. Rosanne Green joined Latimer Hinks as a trainee in September 2004. Rosanne accepted long-term employment with Latimer Hinks after qualifying as an Agriculture and Rural Property Solicitor, also dealing with Wills, Trusts and Probate, all of which are important specialisms within the Firm. Rosanne said: This is an excellent opportunity to meet other young professionals who work within the rural sector in various capacities. We have the opportunity to network and socialise but also to offer invaluable support and exchange views and ideas with each other. I am pleased to be a representative on the committee and look forward to working with my peers in agriculture to take forward this important organisation.