The Law Society warns tenants on low incomes will be unable to afford legal advice if they face eviction.
The association is urging the government to invest in the legal aid system and the courts.
Law Society president, Nick Emmerson, said: “We welcome the Renters’ Reform Bill and are pleased the government recognises the need to ban ‘no-fault’ evictions.
“However, we remain concerned about the government’s ability to ensure tenants can enforce these newly afforded rights under the bill.”
He added: “With the cost-of-living crisis and high-interest rates, renters may be unable to afford legal advice if they face eviction. For renters at risk of losing their home, access to housing legal aid becomes vital.”
According to the Office of National Statistics, 42% of the population are unable to access a legal aid provider in their local area.