British Horseracing Authority
Regulation and Governance
The Regulatory Legal Advisor reports in to the Head of Regulation and is accountable for regulatory legal advice, providing legal support to the Regulatory team and undertaking the BHA’s case management function for prosecutions for breaches of the Rules of Racing. The role includes the preparation of cases, including drafting of advices and charges, case presentation, and the continual review and updating of new rules and regulations .
The BHA is the governing body of what many consider to be the best racing in the world. It is responsible for promoting, representing and regulating the sport, which is at the heart of a major leisure and entertainment sector, a leading betting product and the focus of an important breeding sector.
In contributing to this broad objective, the specific role of the department is to ensure that British Horseracing is seen as a capable and progressive regulator, delivering high levels of integrity whilst at the same time working towards delivering the right conditions to ensure growth of the sport; ensuring the highest standards of regulation, and promoting confidence within the whole sport. As such, fairness between participants, clarity and consistency, and the promotion of the safety and welfare of horses and people in the sport are key.
Departments - Regulatory
Stakeholders - Consultation with the NTF, PJA, ROA, and others
Key Projects - Rules re-write
As the needs of the business change rapidly this role will change accordingly, therefore these responsibilities should be viewed as guidelines which are subject to change.
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