Bill Hanbury plays key role in launch of new Law Society course

August 10, 2018

The Law Society has launched its Conveyancing Quality Scheme: 2018 Update training course – with Bill Hanbury from Exchange Chambers playing a key role.

The online course supports the re-accreditation process of the Conveyancing Quality Scheme (CQS) and provides training on a selection of topics relevant to residential conveyancing practice.

The Law Society course and assessment have been written by Bill Hanbury, along with solicitor Suzanne Broughton, solicitor and legal trainer Lorraine Richardson and barrister Rawdon Crozier.

Bill is based at Exchange Chambers in Leeds.  He practises in most areas of commercial dispute resolution with an emphasis on property law, including landlord and tenant (commercial and residential), conveyancing, trusts of land disputes, Inheritance Act claims and disputes over partnership property including professional negligence claims arising out of these practice areas. He is the author of the Law Society’s Boundary Disputes, Practice and Precedents (2nd Edition). He is an accomplished barrister with more than thirty years of experience.

Since joining chambers in 2008, Bill has advised local and other public authorities as well as companies and individuals and appeared at all levels of the courts and tribunals system including the Lands Chamber, Administrative Court, the Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court.