Dottie Burch is featured speaker for an equine course at North Carolina State University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences on March 17th
March 17, 2014
Ms. Burch, an annual guest lecturer on the topic of Equine Law will speak to students enrolled in the course, ANS 110 Introduction to Equine Science on March 17, 2014. Dr. Shannon Pratt-Phillips, Assistant Professor in the Department of Animal Science, says “Dottie Burch brings a fresh view to the classroom concerning equine matters. We are fortunate to learn about equine law and also to draw from her enthusiastic and extensive knowledge of the horse industry as well. She is an excellent model who complements and exemplifies the leadership skills we’re teaching in this curriculum.”
Dottie Burch is widely recognized as the leading equine lawyer in North Carolina and heads the firm’s Equine Law practice group. As an avid equestrian, she brings a unique perspective and understanding of equine legal issues. She is Chair of the Equine Law Subcommittee of the American Bar Association’s Animal Law Committee; serves on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee for the North Carolina Horse Council and is a frequent speaker at the North Carolina State University College of Agriculture and Life Science and the UNC Animal Law Symposium. She travels throughout the state speaking to equine owners and organizations.