Date: 18th June 2019
Time: 08:50 - 16:45
19 Haymarket Yards
CPD Hours: 5hours 30minutesJoin residential and commercial property colleagues in Edinburgh for a unique property focused joint conference.
Join residential conveyancing and commercial property colleagues in Edinburgh for a unique property focused joint conference. For the first time, you can mix and match between residential conveyancing and commercial property streams and join together with peers for joint plenary updates and discussions. The programme will also feature the latest from the Property Law Committee and Law Society experts on recent matters that affect your practice.
Whether acting for tenants or landlords, first time buyers or high-value second properties, it is always the priority of the property solicitor to help negotiate the best terms and conditions with the aim of ensuring clients are able to achieve their objectives and timescales. The conference has a superb line-up of leading experts and a specialised programme to provoke, stimulate, challenge and educate you on the latest unmissable issues in conveyancing practice across Scotland.
Are you a solicitor interested in specialising in this area of law? We offer specialist accreditation in a number of areas including Commercial leasing. Find out more and how to qualify Specialist Accreditation.
- Get an update on the key issues from residential and commercial conveyancing practice in 2019
- Gain valuable knowledge and insight on LBTT and ADS
- Pose best practice questions and scenarios to our experts across the day
- Explore the latest trends in commercial leasing and remedies for breach of contract
- Analyse tricky fraud scenarios for your radar
- Gain the latest updates from the work of the Property Law Committee
"This was a very useful and informative day."
"Great conference with a variety of important subjects discussed."
"One of the best, most useful events I’ve been at that the Law Society have run"
"I am a dual qualified lawyer and really enjoyed this - better standard and atmosphere than English equivalents. More engagement"