Sometimes we asked to provide speakers or panel members. On occasions we are able to twist the arms of one of our (appropriate) volunteers to provide a representative view. Please remember that he / she will not be able to provide specific legal advice, more of an overview of the general legal position.
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Although we can't give specific legal advice on SceneThat.co.uk, we offer one general thought here.
Every driver in the UK knows that, as a driver, you are expected to have a reasonable understanding of important motoring law - or The Highway Code as we usually refer to it. We strongly encourage photographers to prepare themselves by gaining a broad understanding of the main laws that they could come up against. Like with the Highway Code, you are not expected to be an expert, but reasonably well informed. From that foundation, the rest is mainly common sense, a good reference and access to your own qualified help if you ever need it.
Being considerate and polite goes a long way (as we often tell some officials!).