• Thursday, April 18, 2024
Trinity Chambers Annual Housing Law Conference - Leeds, 21st June 2024

Chambers is delighted to announce the 2024 Trinity Housing Law Conference to be delivered in Leeds on Friday 21st June 2024.

Join Trinity's Housing Law barristers for a full day of networking, lectures and presentations. Designed to have a wide appeal to social landlords as well as tenant solicitors alike, there is sure to be something for every housing law speciality.

With six hours of CPD, breakfast, lunch and refreshments served throughout the day and a networking drinks reception straight afterwards, we are sure that you will find the day enjoyable, informative and if recent years are anything to go by, thoroughly entertaining. The Conference includes nine presentations as well as the Trinity "Question Time" Panel.

Confirmed speakers include Tom Tyson, Peter Marcus, Vilma Vodanovic, Helen Greatorex, Gary Willock, James McHugh, Parissa Najah and Abigail Cheetham. We also have a specialist industry guest speaker, further details to follow.

Full details of the nine presentation subjects will be published on our website and social media in due course. Topics on the agenda so far include:

  • Local Authority Enforcement Against Private Landlords
  • Equality Act 2010 Defences in Possession Proceedings
  • Housing Disrepair Masterclass
  • “Hot Housing Topics”

The Conference will take place at The Law School, Leeds Beckett University, Broadcasting Place A, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 9EN, with registration at 9.45am and concluding with a drinks reception at 5pm.

The price per delegate is £35.00 + VAT to include breakfast, refreshments and lunch.

To book a place, please email paul@trinitychambers.co.uk. Places are limited, so early booking is advised.

Feedback from recent previous Trinity Conferences includes:

“The conference was a triumph. The speakers were excellent, and the format was great. I would certainly attend a similar event in future without hesitation.”
“Congratulations on what was a well-received conference from the delegate’s perspective. The ‘Question Time’ was especially entertaining and informative. There was a good mix of topics and a surprisingly ‘practical’ angle to things.”
“It was an excellent day, you excelled yourselves. Relevant topics, engaging speakers, friendly faces and a convenient lovely location.”
“It’s not often that I come away from any course or conference empowered with food for thought—so full marks to Trinity Chambers.”
“An excellent day and value for money.”
“Course materials were superb.”
“A good variety of talks and topics, all of which were delivered with aplomb”
“Excellent day, well organised and a good range of topics.”

Trinity's Housing Law team is regularly recognised in the leading legal directories, recent entries include:

"Fielding a housing team covering a range of contentious matters, Trinity Chambers acts on behalf of both landlords and tenants. The cases taken on by the set include possession and disrepair proceedings, as well as complex anti-social behaviour matters. Members of the set are well equipped to advise on matters involving the Equality Act 2010 and human rights law." "Trinity Chambers have an array of counsel on offer from very junior to highly experienced and heavyweights in the housing law field." "Trinity Chambers' barristers are very commercially aware and know exactly what our stance is in relation to legal proceedings. They think the way we do." "The clerks are responsive, helpful and extremely personable." "The clerks are excellent and always provide a customer-focused service whilst going the extra mile as required."
Chambers & Partners 2024