Stratford-upon-Avon lawyer Alex Robinson has achieved Fellowship of the Agricultural Law Association.
An associate in the agriculture and estates team at Lodders Solicitors, the accolade confirms her expertise and experience in the sector.
She said: “Fellowship is recognised as a badge of excellence and I am thrilled to have achieved it.
The ALA was founded in 1975 and has a membership of over 1,000 including some of the leading practitioners in rural affairs in the UK and Europe today. It exists to provide a forum for professionals serving agriculture – lawyers, surveyors, accountants, bankers, farm business consultants and others – to support each other in their specialisms.
Fellowship is awarded to those who attend advanced training and pass a written examination.
Mrs Robinson qualified as a Master of Arts in Classics and then followed her original career goal to become a lawyer.
Also a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Legal Executives and a member of the Country Land and Business Association, she was the first legal executive that Lodders had ever promoted to associate.
She specialises in agricultural property transactions and acts in relation to highways, private rights of way and access to land, grants of easement and wayleaves, adverse possession claims and boundary disputes, restrictive covenants, and complex Land Registry voluntary registrations.
Senior partner David Lodder said: “With an enviable tenacity, Alex is dedicated in her pursuit of challenging targets. Her progression has known no bounds and I congratulate her on this latest achievement.”