Date and time: Friday 12 November 2021, 09:55 am - 3.30 pm
Venue: The Ashworth Centre, The Honourable Society of Lincoln's Inn and on Zoom
The last few years have brought changes and pressures, with many of them having a significant impact for property ownership, and on property litigation. This conference will look at the implications including: the effect of the economic pressure from the Covid-19 pandemic on commercial leasing cases, on mortgage law, and on property-based insolvency cases, and trends in residential property management litigation.
Chaired by Brie Stevens-Hoare QC, Chair of the PBA
09:15 Registration for delegates attending the live event
09:55 Chair's Welcome
10:00 Keynote address - Property Dispute Resolution: Where and How?
Mr Justice Fancourt, President of the Lands Chamber of the Upper Tribunal and Vice-Chancellor of the County Palatine of Lancaster
10:45 Morning Workshops (select 1 from 3)
Workshop 1 - Rethinking Mortgage Litigation: Lessons from the COVID-19 Pandemic
Led by Cecily Crampin, Falcon Chambers and Lisa Whitehouse, Reader in Law, University of Hull
Workshop 2 – Making the Right to Manage work: A leasehold conundrum
Led by Simon Allison and Kimberley Ziya, Landmark Chambers
Workshop 3 – Property and Insolvency
Led by Daniel Lewis and Zoë Barton QC, Wilberforce Chambers
12:15 Lunch Break (buffet provided for those attending the live event)
13:15 Afternoon Workshops (select 1 from 3)
Workshop 4 - Statutory Notices
Led by Mark Loveday and Robyn Cunningham, Tanfield Chambers
Workshop 5 - COVID and leases: Who bears the risk?
Led by John de Waal QC and Andy Creer, Gatehouse Chambers
Workshop 6 - 1954 Act in light of Covid: What have we learned?
Led by Gary Blaker QC, Henry Webb, Sarah Walker, Selborne Chambers
14:30 Closing Session
Panel session chaired by Brie Stevens-Hoare QC
Property Law from an Academic's Perspective
Professor Sarah Nield, Professor of Property Law, Southampton Law School;
Dr Brian Sloan, Lecturer in Property Law, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge; Fellow of Robinson College;
Professor Susan Bright, Professor of Land Law, New College,Oxford;
Mr Chris Bevan, Associate Professor in Property Law, Durham Law School
Members, can book and pay via the link below where you will be asked to indicate whether you will attend the live event or online and you will also be given the option to select one workshop from the morning session and one from the afternoon session.
The conference is open to members of the Bar. If you are not a member of the PBA, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book a place
You are now responsible for your own CPD records. However this conference attracts 4 hours CPD
Full members: £150
Associate members: £78
Prices inclusive of VAT
Early Bird Offer:
There is a £10 discount for those booking and paying before 15 October 2021
Please register and pay below