The Social Housing Lawyers Association (SHLA) aims to further the interests of social landlords. The association promotes and develops better solutions to the legal problems faced by social landlords. SHLA is an exclusive forum where its members can exchange and discuss ideas and information. By joining, members get assistance in their professional development combined with extensive training. SHLA also provides informative seminars and training events.
Sarah Salmon Chair of the Social Housing Law Association Barrister specialising in housing, property and local government
Founded in 2005, the Social Housing Law Association (SHLA) is an organisation of and for professionals in the social housing sector. It is a forum where ideas and information can be exchanged and discussed. Membership is open to all social housing professionals who work for social landlords. Based in London with regional groups in the Midlands and the North, currently we have members from local authorities, housing associations, housing and policy professionals, solicitors and barristers.
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Each year we organise events on legal and practical issues affecting social housing landlords both in London and in the regions. Our annual conference in November is a chance for social housing professionals to come together to learn about and discuss key issues impacting on the sector. All our events are open to members and non-members. We also respond to relevant government consultations on behalf of our members.
SHLA is an organisation of and for social housing professionals. Our members include local authorities, housing associations, housing and policy professionals, solicitors and barristers who regularly represent social landlords.
Payable by card, cheque, or BACS transfer
Membership runs for 365 days
Up to 11 individuals from your organisation
Unlimited attendees to SHLA meetings