Kindly hosted by Hogan Lovells International LLP
Address: Atlantic House, Holborn Viaduct, London EC1A 2FG
Is it just black or white?
Take your seat in the front row to face Rugby legends for a unique three-way talking match.
Black, white, green and maybe a little blue the banter will be led-out by host Adrian Davies in conversation with fellow Welsh international Rob Jones MBE and Irish great Rob ‘Hendo’ Henderson, supporting SportsAidWeek. They’ll be talking about the game, life and of course, who will actually win the upcoming World Cup.
Adrian Davies played fly-half for Wales in the 1991 and 1995 Rugby World Cups. Rob Henderson is an Irish hero. He played for a number of clubs including Toulon and Munster. He represented Ireland winning 29 caps and toured with the 2001 British and Irish Lions, winning three caps. Welshman Rob Jones MBE was capped 54 times for his country and also played for the British and Irish Lions. Rob can often be heard on BBC Radio and seen on television as a Rugby commentator. Rob is also Group Development Director for new MBC Members Thomas Carroll Group plc where he oversees business development for all five regional offices.
Supporting SportsAid in SportsAidWeek, we’ll also hear from CEO and old friend Tim Lawler. SportsAid has supported 35 talented, young Rugby players already this year.
About our host:
As well as being a commercial partner and the official legal providers of the British Paralympic Association, Hogan Lovells act for some of the world's largest corporations and financial institutions. They immerse themselves in their clients' businesses and markets and are accomplished operators in global regulated sectors such as financial services, energy and life sciences. They provide a straight talking business service to clients around the world based on strong and collaborative relationships and are market leaders in cost efficiency, legal project management, outsourcing and innovative technology. They also believe that giving back to communities is fundamental to good business and that ethos is part of the Hogan Lovells core with everyone at the firm volunteering at least 25 hours a year as part of their normal working duties for community initiatives and programmes for social justice.
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