Cambridge bloodstock lawyer takes reins at City firm
Thoroughbred racing lawyer Rachel Flynn, formerly of Taylor Vinters in Cambridge, has joined London-based Keystone Law.
Flynn, one of the UK’s leading bloodstock advisers, left Taylor Vinters to become racing and stud book director at Weatherbys; her husband is Newmarket trainer Rae Guest.
She brings more than 20 years’ experience to the firm as a horseracing and equine sports lawyer. Her focus includes resolving employment issues and commercial problems through negotiation, mediation and litigation and advising major players in horseracing on employment law, human resources, and health & safety issues.
“Rachel has a leading reputation in her field and knows the racing industry like the back of her hand,” said James Knight, managing director at Keystone Law.
Flynn added: “I’m thrilled to be joining Keystone’s burgeoning sports law practice. Keystone is an award-winning law firm that uses technology and modern working practices to help lawyers work more effectively and flexibly for clients.
“I am glad to be able to pick up the reins of my legal career in such an interesting business and look forward to working with many of my old clients again.”