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Recent and Upcoming Events

Wednesday 13 February 2019, Update on Commonhold

A summary of the Law Commission’s current consultation on commonhold

presented by:

Professor Nick Hopkins, Law Commissioner

Dr... Read more

17 January 2019, Joint CRELA/PLA wine tasting event in support of Landaid

Joint CRELA/PLA event

A Networking Evening with Wine-Tasting in support of Landaid


Thursday, 17th January 2019... Read more

Monday, 19 November 2018

Property Law Update

A summary of the LRA 2002 reform followed by current Law Commission projects on leasehold law reform and electronic... Read more

Welcome to CRELA

CRELA is the only UK association representing the views and interests of non-contentious commercial real estate lawyers. We warmly welcome new members, with all levels of experience - and who are at any stage in their careers.

Why join CRELA?

There are three key areas where we deliver value to our members:

  1. We promote industry best practice across non-contentious commercial real estate law.
  2. We provide a large, highly focused, network for knowledge, information and ideas exchange among our members.
  3. We deliver the highest quality education and training in non-contentious commercial real estate law.


CRELA ensures that its members become more informed about their industry – through the best training and other highly stimulating events. We also offer a range of networking opportunities to facilitate increased knowledge sharing and social interaction with industry peers. Ultimately, all our activities aim to generate successful outcomes for both our members and their clients too.

Please note that CRELA membership does not extend to lawyers who cover environmental, planning, construction or residential property law.

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