Clarke Willmott’s Housing and Asset Management team has launched a new service to support our growing list of clients.
We are well aware of the importance for clients to be able to robustly and effectively handle housing and asset management cases, including at contested trial, and that these skills are key for improving the chances of a successful outcome.
We also recognise that achieving such a resolution requires the support and confidence of a number of stakeholders including: witnesses; agencies, including the local authorities or the police; and the court and tribunal system, including judges and tribunal panellists.
To support these aims, we have created a Housing Management and Advocacy Consultancy Service to help guide you through all aspects of progressing litigation, including how to conduct advocacy in the County Court and First Tier Tribunal.
Our nationally recognised Housing and Asset Management team comprises specialist lawyers who offer a wide range of services. As part of the new consultancy service, these experts will provide training on a series of related topics including: how best to gather evidence; witness interviewing techniques; assisting with preparing pleadings and providing specialist training on how to conduct advocacy, including how to prepare for a hearing, how to address the court; and even what clothing to wear to court.
If you would like bespoke training on housing and asset management support, including how to conduct advocacy, or require a review of your management policies and procedures, please do not hesitate to contact us.