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25/09/2008

Forthcoming events…

NL may well feature more news of upcoming housing law events, seminars, workshops etc. etc. in the future. I have more or less decided that we’ll have a separate page for them. Anyone who wants their event etc. etc. listed on Nearly Legal is welcome to email the editor (use the ‘about’ page). But in the meantime…

Free Housing Law seminars in Oxford. At Nuffield College.

Large Lecture Room 1pm – 2.30 pm

21 October 2008
Professor Peter King – The Future of Social Housing

4 November 2008
Professor Steve Nickell – Housing Supply

18 November 2008
Professor John Muellbauer and Dr Anthony Murphy – House Prices

27 January 2009
Professor Peter Kemp – Private Renting

10 February 2009
Professor Susan Bright – The Changing Legal Landscape

24 February 2009
Professor Suzanne Fitzpatrick – Homelessness

5 May 2009
Professor John Ermisch – Household Formation

19 May 2009
Dr Mark Hinnells – Climate Change and Housing

Email events@socres.ox.ac.uk for booking, or download the PDF Flyer. (Which helpfully includes a map for those of us who went elsewhere).

Giles Peaker is a solicitor and partner in the Housing and Public Law team at Anthony Gold Solicitors in South London. You can find him on Linkedin and on Twitter. Known as NL round these parts.

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