We try to arrange social events periodically throughout the year. These provide an opportunity to meet up and get to know other junior practitioners working, or aiming to work, in housing law. All members of the junior group are welcome.
Details of next social:
Please join us for a festive drink straight after our next discussion group on Thursday 5th December (details below).
The Junior HLPA group meets roughly every 2-3 months at a location in Central London. Meetings generally consist of an informal discussion of a topic which is likely to be of interest to junior practitioners.
All members of the junior group are welcome to attend. Please do not feel put off if you are a paralegal/trainee/pupil who is new to this area of law and lacking in experience. The meetings provide a useful opportunity to ask questions which cannot easily be asked elsewhere and to share practical tips.
The date of the next meeting is Thursday 5 December 2019 at 6pm at Anthony Gold, The Counting House, 53 Tooley Street, London SE1 2QN. The topic will be homelessness, including the ongoing impact of the Homelessness Reduction Act 2017, and affordability after Samuels v Birmingham.
If you would like to attend please RSVP to Nick Bano.
The Junior HLPA email group is our primary means of communication with each other. The email group provides a forum to ask questions and discuss topical legal issues. Job opportunities are frequently circulated within the group. Please email Wallace White if you wish to be added to the email group.
Over the years the email group has become a helpful repository of information which may be of use to junior practitioners. For example, details of experts who are willing to work at legal aid rates. To access the historic email discussions, to search this information:
– Go to https://groups.google.com
– Login using the email address which you used to register with the group
– Click on ‘My Groups’
– Click on ‘HLPA Junior Group’
– Either scroll through the historic discussions or use the search function at the top of the page, to find what you are looking for.