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For a quarter-century the University of Kentucky College of Law and the Office of Continuing Legal Education have brought together experts in equine law for a conference in the heart of horse country. While the timing of the conference is undeniably attractive, sandwiched between the Rolex Kentucky Three-Day Event and the Kentucky Derby-Oaks weekends, the real draw is the expertise of the presenters. Most are attorneys; all are among the best in their areas of expertise.

Doyice and Mary Cotton do not have law degrees, but they do have a wealth of knowledge about liability waivers. Doyice is Professor Emeritus at Georgia Southern University, where he taught courses in sports law and risk management, and he is a past president of the Sport and Recreation Law Association. Doyice and Mary, who also taught at Georgia Southern, operate Sport Risk Consulting in Statesboro, Georgia, where they consult on risk management issues

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