Tickets are still available for a Press and Journal specialist farming event later this month.
The Press and Journal Morning Briefing, which is being held in conjunction with law firm Turcan Connell, takes place on the morning of Friday, November 18.
The event will discuss the implications of land reform and Brexit on Scottish farmers and crofters.
Shadow cabinet secretary for rural economy and connectivity, Peter Chapman, has been confirmed as the keynote speaker.
The Conservative MSP, who is also an Aberdeenshire farmer, will share his views on the two key issues.
He will be joined at a panel session on the day by Turcan Connell partner and agricultural law specialist Grierson Dunlop and NFU Scotland vice-president Andrew McCornick.
Mr Dunlop grew up on a farm in the south-west and has a particular interest in agricultural holdings reform and land reform issues.
Mr McCornick, who has been vice-president at NFU Scotland since February 2015, runs a mixed beef and sheep enterprise in Dumfries.
The event takes place at the Thainstone Centre, Inverurie.
For more information and to purchase tickets, priced £20 plus VAT, visit www.pandjbriefings.com or contact Kerry Findlay at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01382 575336.