Welcome to the Property Section - the community for residential and commercial property practitioners. We provide you with support and guidance including through our magazine, webinars, events and case law commentary.

Upcoming events and webinars

  • Webinar: Stamp duty land tax on residential property transactions update 2020 (OnDemand)

  • Webinar: Stamp duty land tax on commercial property transactions update 2020 (OnDemand)

  • Webinar: Residential property law update 2020 (OnDemand)

  • Webinar: updates to the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (OnDemand)

  • Webinar: fraud (OnDemand)

Practice Management Collection

We've gathered our top articles from Property in Practice on management in property practice. With articles on everything from recruitment and retention, to managing stakeholder expectations, our collection will help you ensure your firm or practice area runs efficiently and effectively for your people and clients

Property Section renewals

Benefits of Membership*

The Property Section will provide you with support, advice, networking opportunities and enable the sharing of best practice with peers.

The engagement programmes have been created in consultation with the Section Committee and run from November to November each year.

Download our 2018-19 engagement programme

Download our 2019-20 engagement programme

Download our 2020-21 engagement programme

The engagement programme is updated throughout the year and highlights our key areas of focus and the range of activities that will address these areas including: a conference, regional events, magazines, newletters and podcasts.

*See Section terms and conditions

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News and updates

  • Law Society Connect: meet other members from small firms in property

  • Government announces home-ownership reforms

  • Help the SRA pilot quality indicators in conveyancing

  • Commercial eviction ban extended until 31 March 2021

  • Engagement programme for 2020 to 2021

  • New requirements for verifying digital IDs in conveyancing

  • Lockdown: Law firm offices allowed to open and clients can visit

  • How to meet your clients’ needs with digital onboarding