7CPD Summer 2020 Social Housing Law Lockdown Updates – £75

Now with extra added seminars

Dear Friends & Colleagues

The Law Friends Society has always been about the people involved, the personalities on board, and the highest standards of CPD. This organisation is an accolade to the arduous commitment displayed by our friends and colleagues who we meet along our way when representing our clients in social welfare law. Because of these unprecedented times, you can watch our updates from home on any device during lockdown until we can meet again at a conference in the near future. From the Solicitor and Barrister communities we have assembled this formidable spread of individuals and subjects so that you may thoroughly enjoy your lockdown CPD

7CPD Summer Updates

£75

Online Video Membership

275 training seminars including 21 CPD crime, immigration, housing updates

£125/yr

Speakers & Topics

Speakers & Topics

Homelessness Case Update 2020 Laura Stockin - Barrister 4-5 Grays Inn Square
Temporary Accomodation Judicial Review Sian McGibbon - Barrister 4-5 Grays Inn Square
Housing Law in a Coronavirus World Karen Reid - Barrister 36 Group
Fitness for Human Habitation Alex Adamou - Barrister 33 Bedford Row
Disrepair Keith Chipato - Barrister 33 Bedford Row
House in Multiple Occupation Licensing Elisabeth Fisher - Barrister 33 Bedford Row
Homelessness and the Coronavirus Act 2020 Stephen Knight - Barrister One Pump Court
Community Care Lawyers and Covid 19 Nicholas Nichol - Barrister One Pump Court
Succession Law and Practice Jim Shepherd - Barrister Doughty Street
Speaker Bios
Laura Stockin - Barrister

4-5 Grays Inn Square
During pupillage Laura has been exposed to a variety of work including housing, homelessness and judicial reviews. She has also completed her LLM with distinction. She has a particular interest in homelessness, housing, employment and public law.
Sian McGibbon - Barrister

4-5 Grays Inn Square
Michael Beloff Essay Prize 2017, Sir Dingle Foot BPTC Scholarship 2015, Alan Urbach Memorial Prize (Oxford, 2015)  First in class for Jurisprudence final exams. Loughman Scholarship (Oxford, 2015)  Grand Finalist Best Written Advocacy Award (2016)  Twice Prize-winner at Oxbridge Bar Society Annual EU Law Moot (2014, 2015)
Karen Reid - Barrister

36 Group
Karen has represented private tenants in possession claims, and individuals in possession proceedings. Karen has also advocated and advised on prevention from harassment and civil claims against government bodies including the Home Office.
Alex Adamou - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
Crown Court,experienced in all aspects of criminal law including the Youth Court and also represents individuals in various aspects of Family Law .He has taken secondments and is regularly instructed by Government as a "Junior Junior Barrister".
Keith Chipato - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
Experienced in dealing with housing matters from possession to homelessness and unlawful evictions.Empathetic, pragmatic,meticulous and displays excellent advocacy, securing great outcomes for clients and handles complex issues effortlessly.
Elisabeth Fisher - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
County Court Advocate conducting over 450 hearings including landlord and tenant, possession hearings, infant approvals,interim applications and landlord and tenant disputes. At Law School she was given three awards and went on to read an LL.M with an emphasis on human rights.
Stephen Knight - Barrister

One Pump Court
From a background in political activism and described by clients as “warm and friendly, but formidable”, “razor-sharp”, and “a relentless advocate” having a “breath-taking ability to condense facts and legal arguments in a terse yet persuasive style”.
Nicholas Nichol - Barrister

One Pump Court
“I see poverty, disadvantage, vulnerability, homelessness, disability, discrimination; suffered by children, single parents, families, the aged; and caused by ineffective government, incompetent local authorities, housing and care providers which have forgotten their mission, landlords who avoid their obligations”
Jim Shepherd - Barrister

Doughty Street
Committed specialist for tenants and homelessness applicants in severe need. Very busy in all aspects of housing, homelessness, defending possession, JR, homelessness appeals, disrepair and unlawful evictions.Trained mediator currently writing a book for housing practitioners (Lexis Nexis).
Laura Stockin - Barrister

4-5 Grays Inn Square
During pupillage Laura has been exposed to a variety of work including housing, homelessness and judicial reviews. She has also completed her LLM with distinction. She has a particular interest in homelessness, housing, employment and public law.
Sian McGibbon - Barrister

4-5 Grays Inn Square
Michael Beloff Essay Prize 2017, Sir Dingle Foot BPTC Scholarship 2015, Alan Urbach Memorial Prize (Oxford, 2015)  First in class for Jurisprudence final exams. Loughman Scholarship (Oxford, 2015)  Grand Finalist Best Written Advocacy Award (2016)  Twice Prize-winner at Oxbridge Bar Society Annual EU Law Moot (2014, 2015)
Karen Reid - Barrister

36 Group
Karen has represented private tenants in possession claims, and individuals in possession proceedings. Karen has also advocated and advised on prevention from harassment and civil claims against government bodies including the Home Office.
Alex Adamou - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
Crown Court,experienced in all aspects of criminal law including the Youth Court and also represents individuals in various aspects of Family Law .He has taken secondments and is regularly instructed by Government as a "Junior Junior Barrister".
Keith Chipato - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
Experienced in dealing with housing matters from possession to homelessness and unlawful evictions.Empathetic, pragmatic,meticulous and displays excellent advocacy, securing great outcomes for clients and handles complex issues effortlessly.
Elisabeth Fisher - Barrister

33 Bedford Row
County Court Advocate conducting over 450 hearings including landlord and tenant, possession hearings, infant approvals,interim applications and landlord and tenant disputes. At Law School she was given three awards and went on to read an LL.M with an emphasis on human rights.
Stephen Knight - Barrister

One Pump Court
From a background in political activism and described by clients as “warm and friendly, but formidable”, “razor-sharp”, and “a relentless advocate” having a “breath-taking ability to condense facts and legal arguments in a terse yet persuasive style”.
Nicholas Nichol - Barrister

One Pump Court
“I see poverty, disadvantage, vulnerability, homelessness, disability, discrimination; suffered by children, single parents, families, the aged; and caused by ineffective government, incompetent local authorities, housing and care providers which have forgotten their mission, landlords who avoid their obligations”
Jim Shepherd - Barrister

Doughty Street
Committed specialist for tenants and homelessness applicants in severe need. Very busy in all aspects of housing, homelessness, defending possession, JR, homelessness appeals, disrepair and unlawful evictions.Trained mediator currently writing a book for housing practitioners (Lexis Nexis).
What You Can Expect

An outstanding audiovisual CPD video training package viewable anywhere and on any device produced by the very best training providers in the country at the most competitive price.

Coronavirus has hit the country hard so now you can do your CPD online while working from home. Use your downtime while working remotely to stack up your CPD with our brilliant new Spring CPD package

Our Spring 2020 Essential CPD Update in criminal defence law and practice is presented by our formidable team of Law Friends expert barrister practitioners who are all renowned specialists from the most groundbreaking and challenging sets of chambers in London who forge the new law – and then present it to you at our dynamic and buzzing events or online.

Here we have selected six vital seminars covering the most essential new law for Spring 2020.

Our multimedia television production team has produced a highly polished series of video seminar training courses tailored for your practice made available in one simple package. Each delegate will have a personal login and an individual electronic training record for continuing competence compliance and record purposes.

Why Book?
  • Do your CPD in the comfort of your own home, at work or on the move.
  • Access our courses 2/7/365 anytime, anywhere, globally.
  • Our easy to follow courses look great on all your devices
  • Professionally produced with straightforward references and slides
  • Full updates, toolkits, summaries, practice advice and new law
  • Q&A arranged in advance by e mail – send us your questions.
  • One-to-one post seminar specific consultations with speakers
  • Networking across our growing national network
  • Full audio visual support team and film crew
  • High Definition video and high quality audio
  • The very best speakers in the country
  • Simple log in with fast access
  • Full course pack by e mail
  • Live Twitter feeds
  • Easy booking
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7CPD Summer Updates

£75

Online Video Membership

275 training seminars including 21 CPD crime, immigration, housing updates

£125/yr

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