Brian Moore originally trained as a solicitor, becoming a partner in not one but two law firms. Brian carried on as a practicing solicitor throughout his rugby career. The Pitbull as he is affectionately known he was certainly persistent on the pitch and was known for just never letting go.
Brian gained 64 Caps for England and went on 2 British Lions Tours, 1989 Australia and 1993 New Zealand. He was part of an England team that won 3 Grand Slams and in 1991 was voted Whitbread Rugby World Player of the Year.
Brain is now a broadcaster and is equally fierce now that he reports about the game he loves for the BBC and national press as he was when he was playing. The man once named Rugby Player of the Year has plenty to say about the changes which have occurred with professional status and the evolving rules which don’t necessarily sit well with his legal mind.
The former solicitor is brutally honest about his views and is a great speaker.
He can speak to a wide range of corporate and industry companies; tailoring each speech to a client’s requirements. As such the speeches vary from pure entertainment to formal lecturing and anything in between.
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