The Society is pleased to announce the formation of SCL International.
There is now a Society of Construction Law in over 15 countries. Each of these Societies have now come together to build cooperation and collaboration between the Societies.
SCL International has established a website (http://www.sclinternational.org). Members of the Australian Society can apply to be registered on the website by visiting http://www.sclinternational.org/user/register. Before visiting the site you should obtain the registration code. The registration code can be obtained by emailing email@example.com. Once membership has been confirmed you will receive log in details.
Each Society is able to post papers and other material on the international website. The Australian Society will begin publishing material shortly.
Access to papers from the UK Society is now available through the international website rather than through the historical arrangements between the Australian Society and the UK Society.
SCL International will oversee the biennial international conference.
SCL International is keen to be of service to memebrs of the Societies around the world.
The contact points between the Australian Society and SCL International are our Societies Chair, Basil Georgiou, and our two SCL International Liaison Officers, Phillip Greenham and Ian Bailey QC. They can be contacted by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fri 1 July 2016
Victorian and Tasmanian members are alerted to a new award which is 'up for grabs' in the 2016 National Association of Women in Construction Awards – the MinterEllison NAWIC award for an Outstanding Construction Lawyer.
The date for submitting applications and nominations has been extended to 1 July 2016. Good luck!
Mon 11 July 2016
Seminar on issue estoppel in the context of adjudications under the BCIPA, presented by Matthew Hickey (Level Twenty Seven Chambers)
Wed 20 July 2016
The Society of Construction Law and TBH are hosting a joint event on 'Concurrent Delays - EOTs and Costs Entitlements' on 20 July 2016.
Limited to 25 places so RSVP early to avoid disappointment.
Thu 28 July 2016
Topic: Quantifying loss caused by disruption: Why use the measured mile? It rarely reflects reality and is often inapplicable
Tue 13 September 2016
The Society of Construction Law Australia (SoCLA) is pleased to announce that Australia is taking an active role in Brazil at the Sixth International Society of Construction Law Biennial Conference being held on 13‑15 September 2016.