Learn how to deal with those tricky tenancy issues with an Easy Law Training Workshop

What is a workshop?  And how can it help?

  • Small Classes

    Workshops typically have between 14 – 20 delegates – allowing more one to one interaction & making it easier to ask questions

  • In depth study

    Having a whole day allows us to concentrate on the topic/s & really drill down into the detail – helping you learn & understand more

  • More class interaction

    Workshops often have practical exercises giving you an opportunity to talk to other delegates and make new contacts

  • Expert Trainers

    All our trainers are either legally qualified (eg solicitors or barristers) or are a specialist in their field.

Current course availability:

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Look What Other People Had to Say ...

Brilliant course! Provides much needed grounding in housing law for all landlords

NIsh Bhatt Letting agent

Thank you for a professionally presented day!

Steve Smith Woodsmith Property Lettings

An enjoyable day, very usefully spent

Katrina Kelsall Aylesbury Borough Council

Well organised, good and relevant content.  Enjoyable workshop format with interesting feedback.  Food & breaks good too!

Jeffery Messem Landlord

Find out a bit more about our workshops below:

The Trainers:

David Smith

David is a solicitor and partner with the well known housing law firm Anthony Gold.

He is an acknowledged expert on HMOs and tenancy deposit issues in particular (having published books on both topics), and an experienced trainer and speaker.

David takes the HMO Law & Practice, and the Housing Act 1988 Guide workshops.

Tessa Shepperson

Tessa is a specialist landlord & tenant lawyer, author and speaker, and creator of the popular Landlord Law and Landlord Law Blog websites.

She ran her own solicitors practice between 1994 and 2013 but now concentrates on training, developing kits and running her various online services.

Tessa takes the workshops on Ending Tenancies, Tenancy Agreements and the Essential Legal Points for Landlords workshop.

Ben Reeve Lewis

Ben is a working council enforcement officer having over 24 years experience.

He is an experienced trainer, having run courses for Shelter and the CIH. He also writes for the Guardian and has a popular Friday column on the Landlord Law Blog.

Ben takes the unique 'Local Authorities and the Signs of Crime'  course which he developed out of his experience as a Council enforcement officer.

Peter Marcus

Peter is a specialist housing barrister from Zenith Chambers in Leeds.

He advises and appears in court for both public and private landlords in a wide variety of housing related cases including disrepair, possession, anti-social behaviouir, illegal eviction, and HMO related issues.

Peter came to the Bar following a career in campaigning and public housing, having worked in Manchester’s Hulme Redevelopment, for Camden LBC and for the Joseph Rowntree Foundation. He mediates, trains, lectures, teaches and writes.

Laura Robinson

Laura Robinson is a specialist employment barrister from Tanfield Chambers in London.

She regularly appears in Employment Tribunals and the Employment Appeal Tribunal, and  represents a wide range of clients including public bodies, companies, local authorities and private individuals.

Tanfield Chambers

Laura Robinson

Robert Brown

Robert is a barrister at Arden Chambers, a specialist housing law set.

He advises and represents both landlords and tenants, in the county courts and in the First-tier Tribunal (Property Chamber) (formerly the Leasehold Valuation Tribunal).

He has lectured and provided training on a wide range of landlord and tenant topics and is an editor of the Housing Law Reports

Further information:

All courses include:

  • Course notes

    We always provide detailed course notes for you to take away and use as a reference later

  • Four hours CPD

    Our CPD is accepted by ARLA, the UK Landlord Accreditation Partnership, the NLA and many other organisations

  • Refreshments

    You will get tea & coffee on arrival and at the two comfort breaks, and a buffet lunch included in the price

  • Wi Fi

    Most of our venues provide free wi fi – just ask us for the access code

Course fees

All workshops cost £198 (£165 + VAT) per person, payable in advance.

We will provide an invoice, payment can be made online via pay pal or credit card, or by BACS or cheque.

All courses are subject to our published terms and conditions.