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The Christmas post

By J

As you’ll all know, the NL team all work on the blog for free. We do it because we all really enjoy reading, writing and thinking about housing law and we’re grateful (and a bit amazed) that we’ve found such a receptive audience.

Now, we have no plans to start charging and we are certainly not asking for your money (unless you want to instruct any of us on a professional basis, then we’re more than happy to take it). But we do ask you to think about making a donation to Crisis, which you can do here. Homelessness is the most pernicious aspect of the housing crisis and charities such as Crisis do incredible work, both in supporting those in need and in trying to improve access to (and quality of) housing more generally.

Please don’t feel obligated to donate, but if you’ve found our work at all useful (including if you’ve shamelessly ripped off our posts – yes, we do notice when we find things we’re written cited back at us in seminar notes), then a donation would be very welcome.

Yours, as ever

The NL Team


J is a barrister. He considers housing law to be the single greatest kind of law known to humankind and finds it very odd that so few people share this view.


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