Agricultural Law considers the role of Government in agriculture as well as transaction issues such as contracts, leasing, marketing and storing of commodities, issues confronting the landlords and the developers of farming industries. Like in so many other industries, globalisation is impacting and changing agriculture. International markets present enormous growth opportunities in the coming decade in this industry. Our agricultural lawyers understand the commercial drivers and challenges facing the industry. We work with our clients to help them achieve their business objectives, protect existing interests and maximise opportunities.