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Sydney NSW

Sydney Build Expo

This event has been postponed. 
Please click here for more information.
Sydney Build is Australia’s leading construction, design and infrastructure show taking place at the ICC Sydney, March 19th & 20th.
The show attracts 10,000+ attendees from architects, developers, contractors, civil engineers, government, suppliers and construction professionals.
Your ticket will give you access to 300+ speakers across 20 summits, 350+ exhibitors, CPD sessions, multiple networking events, the Women in Construction Networking Event, LinkedIn Networking Lounge, the Festival of Construction, plus much more.
Perth WA

Transforming Well Being in the Workplace

Online registration for this event has now closed.  If you wish to attend, please email.
Research continues to find that workplace mental duress and strain is affecting an alarming number of professionals in the construction industry, impacting on their health and family life.
Members are invited to a seminar by Kelli MacMillan, registered psychologist and former lawyer, to help professionals build essential coping skills to consistently perform at the top of their game.
This is a free event and is open to all.
Members are encouraged to extend this invitation to colleagues and associates. More information is available on this flyer.
The seminar will prove 1 CPD point for legal practitioners.
Sydney NSW

Innovating the commercial framework - Improving contractual structures and aligning incentives between project owners and the supply chain – presentation by McKinsey & Company

Online registration for this event has closed.  If you wish to attend, please email.
Advancing contractual structures and aligning incentives between project owners and the supply chain in Australia can help improve project outcomes and increase market appetite and competition. McKinsey & Company research suggests that contractors and suppliers consider contractual structures and incentives to be the principal hurdle to achieving better outcomes on projects, transaction complexity and regulatory burden add unnecessary cost and delays and prevent high productivity.
Presented by Peter Trueman.
More information is available on this flyer.
Please email if you have any enquiries about this event.
Adelaide SA

Adelaide End of Year Function

SoCLA invites you to celebrate the end of another huge year in Construction Law.
Come and catch up with Andrew Robertson, of Piper Alderman, Chair of the Society of Construction Law, and Jeremy Coggins, the winner of this year’s Brooking prize for his paper ‘'Levelling the Playing Field’ – A proposal for the regulation of unfair contract terms in construction contracts.
Please feel free to extend an invitation to your colleagues. 
More information is available on this flyer.
Registrations close on Monday, 9 December 2019.
Melbourne VIC

2019: The Year That Was and the Year Ahead

You are invited to SoCLA's end of year function. 
To supplement festive cheer, refreshments and networking opportunities, four leading figures in the construction industry will provide brief reflections on developments in 2019 and their thoughts on the opportunities in the year ahead. 
More information is available on this flyer.
Registrations close Friday 6 December 2019.

SCL-CIArb International Conference on Construction Law and Arbitration

This three-day international conference  will feature significant developments in construction and arbitration law in India and be a momentous forum for industry leaders and specialists. Carrying on the reputable legacy of the 7th International Construction Law Conference, New Delhi, which was a conclave of more than 350 delegates and speakers from 24 countries, SCL India and CIArb India have joined hands to create a bigger and stronger gathering of judges, lawyers, construction professionals, academicians, industry leaders, engineers, and architects and other professionals from around the globe for exchanging ideas on contemporary issues of importance to the construction industry worldwide and India, particularly.
More information is available at
Melbourne VIC

Renewable Energy Projects - Building the Future

Online registration for this event has closed 
SoCLA, MinterEllison, Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) and Chartered Institute of Building Services Engineers (CIBSE) are presenting a panel event on 28 November 2019.  It will provide in-depth insights into all aspects of the development of renewable energy projects in Australia from engineering and construction, legal and commercial perspectives.
More information is available on this flyer.
Brisbane QLD

Quantum Meruit claims following Mann v Paterson Constructions?

Online registration for this event has now closed.  Please email if you wish to attend.
Prior to the High Court's recent decision in Mann v Paterson Constructions Pty Ltd [2019] HCA 32, claims by builders and contractors on a quantum meruit basis could not exceed the agreed contractual price. That practice has now been ruled out in many cases.
This seminar will cover the background decision, precisely what was and was not decided and how the reasoning can affect both inside and outside the construction industry.
The key areas that will be reviewed include:

the differences between divisible and entire obligations;
understanding what the case decided;
the three sets of differing reasoning;
variations regulated by statute; and
broader impact.

For more information please see this flyer.
Brisbane QLD

Building Bridges: Resolving Disputes through International Arbitration

The Society is pleased to be a supporting organisation of this conference which will launch Australian Arbitration Week.  SoCLA members can register at the CIArb Australia/ACICA member discounted rate. 
For registration and other details including discount accommodation at The Westin Brisbane, please click here.
Perth WA

The Future of WA Arbitration

Members are invited to attend an exclusive panel discussion and networking event for leaders within the WA arbitration community, proudly sponsored by Francis Burt Chambers, Law In Order, FTI and Pinsent Masons.
Join the Honourable Wayne Martin AC QC and Scott Ellis of Francis Burt Chambers, Mohan Pillay of Pinsent Masons Singapore, Catherine McNeilly, Legal Project Manager, INPEX, Elizabeth Miller, Law In Order’s Global Head of eHearing Services and Stephen Rae, FTI’s Senior Managing Director Australia, for a lively discussion covering the WA Arbitration Survey, the 2019 Queen Mary International Construction Arbitration Survey, choice of arbitration seats, arbitration agreements, running large arbitrations, the GAR Arbitration Pledge and more, moderated by Brian Millar of Francis Burt Chambers.
More information and rsvp details are available on this flyer. 
Kindly supported by Law Council of Australia, Law Society of WA, ACICA, CIArb, Resolution Institute and SoCLA