Mark Edmondson Limited
Mark was a foundation Partner in the practice in 1994 having previously worked in a large commercial practice in the Midlands. He has a Masters Degree in International Sports Law achieving a Distinction (First) and winning the West Ham United Sponsored Prize for Best Performance. He also holds an Advance Certificate in Insurance Law.
- The Employment Lawyer’s Association.
- The Law Society
- The British Association for Sport and Law (BASL)
- The Thoroughbred Breeders Association
Mark is the Chair of the Newmarket Festival CIC, Chair of The Felons, Founder and Chair of the Equine Professionals Conference, Founder and Chair of Newmarket Business Day. He is listed in Debretts “People of Today” as being one of the country’s top 25,000 influential people in the UK. He acts for many sportsmen and women and media personalities in addition to leading figures in the bloodstock industry. He has had numerous articles published in the International Sports Law Journal. Mark is a small Racehorse breeder and lectures on the National Stud Evening Lecture Programme.
Mark has one of the top 1% most viewed profiles on LinkedIn.
“Mark Edmondson is a vastly experienced litigator and an expert in horse-racing regulations. Sources regard him as very knowledgeable and passionate about the sport. He is also an accredited mediator.” – Chambers UK
“Sometimes we all make silly mistakes, and need to seek professional help to get us out of a hole. I totted up too many driving points, and faced a nigh on impossible challenge of six months without a driving licence. By turning to Edmondson Hall I was guided through the Court process, grilled in order to identify any genuine undue hardship argument that could be used, and given huge personal support on the day – for which I am as appreciative of as the result that was secured by the calm, professional, well-structured representation that I would never have been able to devise or present for myself.”
“With grateful thanks for all your assistance in this matter. I would not hesitate to use your firm again.”