Committees

There are five main committees involved in the running of the Property Litigation Association:


The Executive Committee is comprised of the Chair, Vice Chair, Hon. Secretary, Hon. Treasurer, Chair of the Law Reform Committee, Chair of the Education and Training Committee, Co-ordinator of Regional Groups, Chair of the Website and Marketing Committee and Chair of the Junior PLA.


The Law Reform Committee monitors new and proposed legislation, lobbies for change in the law where appropriate, responds to consultation papers and liaises with the Judiciary, the Court Service, the Law Commission and other groups such as the Property Bar Association and RICS.


The Education & Training Committee is responsible for organising training events for PLA members, the two most important of which are the Autumn Training Day and the Annual PLA Conference.

The Website and Marketing Committee is responsible for the design updating of the PLA website and other initiatives such as LinkedIn groups, liaison with the press, PLA Twitter account, PLA leaflets, etc.

The Junior PLA Committee is responsible for organising training and social events where members can network with their peers. Regular events are organised in conjunction with RICS Matrics and the junior Property Bar Association.


Former Chairs of the Property Litigation Association

1995 - 1996  Ron Hogan
1996 - 1997  Chris Hancock
1997 - 1998  Katie Bradford
1998 - 1999  Rob Highmore
1999 - 2000  Iain Travers
2000 - 2001  Matthew Marsh
2001 - 2002  Jeremy Grose
2002 - 2003  Ian Brierley
2003 - 2004  Jason Hunter
2004 - 2005  Antony Phillips
2005 - 2006  John Hewitt
2006 - 2007  Stuart Wortley
2007 - 2008  Tim Fogarty
2008 - 2009  Neil Benson
2009 - 2010  Joanna Lampert
2010 - 2011  Jacqui Joyce
2011 - 2012  Paul Greatholder
2012 - 2013  Daniel Levy
2013 - 2014  Jonathan Ross
2014 - 2015  Louise Clark
2015 - 2016  Keith Conway

 


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