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James Frampton
May 2017, online, 360k (Nr: D202)
Categories:
Court practice
Jon-Selous Borlace
May 2017, online, 560k (Nr: D201)
Categories:
Contract law
Philip Britton
May 2017, printed and online, 675k (Nr: 205)
Categories:
Contract law, Liability
Paul Reed QC
April 2017, printed and online, 450k (Nr: 206)
Categories:
Contract law, Insurance, Liability
The Hon Mr Justice Anthony Edwards-Stuart
March 2017, printed and online, 350k (Nr: 204)
Categories:
Adjudication, Arbitration, Dispute resolution
Sean Brady
March 2017, online, 440k (Nr: D200)
Categories:
General
Ben Patten QC and Siân Mirchandani
March 2017, printed and online, 500k (Nr: 203)
Categories:
Insurance
Adam Robb
February 2017, online, 475k (Nr: D199)
Categories:
Contract law, Liability
Rosalie Snocken and John Bates
February 2017, online, 525k (Nr: D198)
Categories:
Liability
Emily Monastiriotis, Emily Leonard and Helen Pearce
December 2016, online, 350k (Nr: D197)
Categories:
Construction Act
John Marshall
December 2016, online, 1.4MB (Nr: D196)
Categories:
Delay and disruption
Sarah Fox
November 2016, online, 385k (Nr: D195)
Categories:
Contract law
Darryl Royce
November 2016, online, 665k (Nr: D194)
Categories:
Adjudication, ADR, Construction Act, Dispute resolution
Nicholas Baatz QC
November 2016, printed and online, 650k (Nr: 202)
Categories:
Contract law, Liability
Christopher Ennis
October 2016, online, 650k (Nr: D193)
Categories:
Court practice, Dispute resolution, International
David Mosey, Christopher Howard and Darya Bahram
September 2016, online, 650k (Nr: D192)
Categories:
BIM, Contract forms, Contract law, Liability
Barry Hembling
September 2016, online, 650k (Nr: D191)
Categories:
Construction Act, Contract law
Rachel Gwilliam
August 2016, printed and online, 585k (Nr: 201)
Categories:
Adjudication, Construction Act, Contract law
Michael Mendelblat
July 2016, online, 664k (Nr: D190)
Categories:
Contract law
Philip Britton
May 2016, printed and online, 800k (Nr: 200)
Categories:
Contract forms, Contract law, Insurance, International, Liability

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Our papers

The Society has published nearly 400 papers since 1984. Some are published both in hard copy and electronically (numbered), others in electronic format only (number prefixed 'D'). The hard copy papers can be purchased (except those marked with an asterisk which are no longer available). They are all also available as PDF files to download.

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