Trinity Barrister 2020 Social Housing Law Association Conference Panel Guest

Trinity Housing Law barrister, Tom Tyson will be taking part in the 2020 Social Housing Law Association (SHLA) Conference.

The Conference will take place online between Monday 16th and Friday 20th November 2020 attracting over fifteen industry leading speakers and introduced with a Plenary address from The Hon. Mr. Justice Robin Knowles CBE.

A wide range of topics will be covered during the virtual Conference which will be of interest to social housing professionals and their advisors, including:

  • Mediation in social housing cases
  • Fire and building safety
  • Tackling homelessness
  • Housing White Paper

On Friday 20th November Tom Tyson will be taking part in an expert panel discussion entitled: “Tricky issues for the social housing provider: hear from the experts on their hot topics in 2020 and beyond.”

Tom is recognised in the leading legal directories for his Housing Law practice:
"An experienced social housing litigator who has developed a dynamic practice." "A good advocate who is very well prepared and polished." "An approachable and passionate advocate with an in-depth degree of knowledge of housing law." Social Housing, Chambers & Partners (2020).

Tom is also a regular contributor to Trinity's programme of training events, recent on demand housing law related webinars can be found here.

The SHLA Virtual Annual Conference is open to members and non-members (subject to approval). SHLA members can attend as many sessions as they wish. Non-members can buy any session for £20 each or book the full week for £70. For the full programme and booking details please click here.


In response to the impact of the coronavirus crisis, the barristers in Chambers' Housing Law team and staff are committed to providing as much assistance as possible, including urgent advice, online resources and other support, during these challenging and unprecedented times. Trinity has a dedicated section of the website focused on COVID-19. Members of the team can assist with enquiries relating to urgent housing disrepair issues, residential possession proceedings during the coronavirus pandemic, interpretation of the Coronavirus Act and associated Guidance for Landlords (including Housing Associations), Tenants and Local Authorities.The team can also assist with updates regarding on and offline court procedures, including facilities to deal with remote hearings. For further details, please contact the clerking team - Newcastle 0191 232 1927 or Leeds 0113 3235 955 or by email


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