Laura Tweedy

Barrister, Hardwicke Chambers

Laura specialises in all aspects of social housing including homelessness and anti-social behaviour; as well as property law including (residential and commercial), landlord and tenant (residential and business) and public law.

Prior to coming to the bar Laura tutored at Durham University in European Law and she continues to regularly lecture and advise.

She works with Arrival Education to support achievement and development for underprivileged children.

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Unlawful eviction and quiet enjoyment
Practice Note

This Practice Note explains what unlawful eviction is, how and when it may arise from a civil and criminal perspective, the civil remedies available and potential consequential causes of action, in particular a breach of a tenant’s right to quiet enjoyment.

Practice areas

Qualifications

  • Bar Vocational Course
  • Master of Jurisprudence (University of Durham, Ustinov College)
  • LL.B hons (University of Durham, St Marys College)

Membership

  • Property Bar Association
  • Social Housing Law Association
  • Housing Law Practitioners Association

Panel

  • Specialist Panel

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