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An SCL lecture

Latest papers

Adam Robb QC
A paper presented at the Society of Construction Law Spring Conference in Leeds on 6th March 2020.
Professor Anthony Lavers
A paper presented to the Society of Construction Law at a meeting in London on 3rd March 2020
Isabel Hitching QC

A paper presented to the Society of Construction Law at a meeting in Birmingham on 19th June 2019 and updated to 17 April 2020.

An SCL event

What's new

SCL now offers podcasts which have been recorded in order to provide members with new content during the COVID-19 outbreak. You will need to be logged in as a member to listen to them.

A selection of photos from the SCL Lunch in London in February is available online.

The Judging Panel of the SCL Hudson Prize has announced the results for the 2019 competition.

Video of the S&T v Grove event

Following the settlement of one of the most important construction law cases of the decade, the SCL and TECBAR held a mock Supreme Court hearing on 21 January 2020 with the counsel who would have appeared. A video of the event, together with the slides and delegate pack is available to members and registered academics.

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The Society welcomes new members. You are eligible if you are interested and professionally involved in construction law. Members come from all sectors of the construction industry, for example, architects, engineers, surveyors, contractors, developers, solicitors, barristers, arbitrators and experts.

We offer two types of membership: Ordinary Membership (Premium or Discounted) and Overseas eMembership.

Benefits of membership include: meetings, published papers, a monthly newsletter, member-only content on the website, discounts and much more.

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Podcasts and Webinars

Niav O’Higgins, David Brynmor-Thomas QC
39 Essex Chambers' David Brynmor Thomas Q.C & Niav O’Higgins, head of construction Arthur Cox, Dublin, discuss performance bonds.
Tony Clough
This webinar presented by Tony Clough the pros and cons of the Enviroflow decision and asked whether we should allow adjudicators to award parties their costs.