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The Social Housing Law Association (SHLA) was formed in 2005 by a group of housing professionals and lawyers who saw the need for a forum where ideas and information could be exchanged and discussed.

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Forthcoming Event

Webinar "Inquests – focused on RPs"

06/08/2020 04:30pm-06:00pm
View the presentation and listen to the recording of our speakers

Our special guests Rebecca Brady, Chartered Legal Executive at Devonshires & Nikolas Clarke, Barrister at Field Court Chambers spoke on the topic of inquests with the focus being within the Registered Housing Providers (RPs) sector.

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Words from our Chairman

Due to the circumstances, the SHLA team is currently working remotely. Our team is available during work office hours by email at info@shla.org.uk or by calling 0208 365 0405.

Summer is here! With more time to relax and enjoy a couple of hours dedicated to your expertise. 

Thank you to everyone who joined the recent webinar hosted by Rebecca Brady, Chartered Legal Executive at Devonshires & Nikolas Clarke, Barrister at Field Court Chambers.   

Our SHLA webinars series continues: join us on Thursday 10 September 2020 for our next event. Jonathan Mannings and Robin Stewart will guide you through the topics of licensing and civil penalties. 

Our events are free for members. If you want to join us for the next webinars reach us to check your membership status with us.

Follow #SHLA #SHLAvirtualevents online to stay tuned for further news and hear more about our next events.

We hope to welcome you soon.

Sarah Salmon, Barrister and Chair of the Social Housing Law Association

 

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Statement from Sarah Salmon Barrister and Chair of the Social Housing Law Association


Statement from Sarah Salmon Barrister and Chair of the Social Housing Law Association The Social Housing Law Association Committee wishes to express its support for all BAME colleagues.

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SHLA North launches on 19 September 2019 with its first event on ASB


SHLA North launches on 19 September 2019 with its first event on ASB ‘Anti-Social Behaviour, still living the nightmare?’ For its inaugural event, SHLA North has assembled an expert panel to discuss the report and the steps that housing providers can take to support victims better. You will be able to hear from experts: -Paul Burns of Exchange Chambers; - Josephine Morton of Brabners; - Simon Evans of Sefton MBC; and Jenny Herrera of ASB Help.

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