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Announcement of the 2018 Brooking Prize results

Tuesday 10 Jul 2018

The Society offers the Brooking Prize annually for the best essay submitted in the field of construction law.

It is named after The Hon Robert Brooking AO QC in recognition of his Honour’s pioneering contribution to the study and practice of construction law in Australia.

The Society is delighted to announce the following results in the 2018 Brooking Prize.

Paper title

Authors

Result

‘All Promise Outruns Performance’ – The Enforceability of Extended Promises in Construction Contracts

Dominic Fawcett and Hugh Hadgraft (QLD)

2018 Brooking Prize

Do Early Contractor Involvement Contracts used in NSW Government Projects Promote Legitimate Collaboration?

Tina Funge (NSW)

Highly Commended – General Division

Constructive Acceleration in the UAE: A Matter of Contract, Law or Good Faith?

Stefan Pislevik (VIC)

Highly Commended – Student Division

Substandard Balconies are Flooding the Victorian Market: The Legal Context of Causes and Remedies

Catherine Williams (SA)

Highly Commended – Student Division

Is Conventional Insurance for Construction Projects Fit for Purpose?

Dr Donald Charrett (VIC)

Commended – General Division

Adjudication in South Africa: Heading in the Wrong Direction?

Michelle Kerr (South Africa) and Dr Samer Skaik (VIC)

Commended – General Division

Smart Contracts in Construction

Natalie Kozlov (NSW)

Commended – General Division

The Brooking Student Prize was not awarded for 2018.

Information about the 2019 Brooking Prize will be published here later in 2018.

Matthew Bell (Chair, Judging Panel)

 

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