Huddersfield Town have taken advantage of a long-standing relationship with Chadwick Lawrence’s Sports and Employment law specialists, Neil Wilson and Daniel Krigers to deliver a ‘Personal Code of Conduct’ presentation to its apprentice players.
The seminar was designed to help the youngsters avoid the pitfalls of being in the public eye and challenges them to adopt their own “personal code of conduct” to avoid this.
Wilson and Krigers worked closely with the club’s Education and Welfare officer Karen Crossland to arrange the visit.
“We’ve got a good relationship with Chadwick Lawrence who have delivered this seminar year on year,” said Crossland.
“It’s important for our players to understand the importance of having a personal code of conduct, particularly in a career which could lead to them being in the public eye. Neil and Daniel deliver the seminar in an informal way which always prompts some great debates and questions.”
Neil Wilson, Sports and Employment law specialist at Chadwick Lawrence added: “Daniel and I developed the seminar with sporting professionals specifically in mind.
“Quite often we see such people reported in the media in various compromising situations so it is important that the sports stars of tomorrow understand how to behave in the public eye and what the consequences of their actions could lead to.”