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Monday 3 Aug 2020

Webinar - Thursday 6 August 2020 - 12:30 pm AEST

We know that every sector needs to be constantly reinventing itself and innovating. We also know that clients expect their representatives to be resourceful, creative thinkers. Contrary to popular belief, the most creative ideas are not unique or random. They have a template which makes them learnable, robust and applicable to any sector. What is more, they are used not outside but inside the box. In this webinar, Rachel Audigé will share some of the templates and the principles of Systematic Inventive Thinking that apply to them and work with the group to explore their value for Legal and Construction Professions.

More information is available here.

Please click here to register.

Wednesday 29 Jul 2020

The 2020 Brooking Prize winning paper "For Fetter Or Worse: The Fettering Doctrine And Government Building Contracts" by Paul Tamburro is now available for members to download from the Resources section of our website.
We encourage you to check our Resources page regularly.

Monday 27 Jul 2020

Members may be interested in registering for an online symposium held in collaboration between the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Law.

What are the differences between scientific evidence and legal proof—and how do we navigate different types of evidence in Australian courts?

Join a panel of experts from scientific and legal fields, chaired by The Hon Justice Virginia Bell of the High Court of Australia, as they explore the challenging topic of scientific proof and legal proof.

Please register by 14 August 2020 on the Australian Academy of Law website for this free event


Monday 20 Jul 2020

Thursday 23 July at 2:30 pm AEST

NEC is a relatively new form of contract for procuring engineering works, goods and services. It was built from the ground up to solve common industry challenges and delivers major benefits to clients and contractors alike in terms of ushering in a collaborative mindset, offering significant flexibility to tailor to specific situations; offering a broad suite of contracts for application across multiple sectors and scopes of work; presenting a manual for good project management and contract administration; and encouraging a proactive attitude to managing risk.

Amri Denton from HKA will present this seminar.

More information is available here

Please click here to register

Monday 20 Jul 2020

Members may be interested in the following recent Reports from Ernst & Young:

  • Technological advancements disrupting the global construction industry - available to download here; and 
  • The four dimensions of industrialized construction - available to download here.
Monday 13 Jul 2020

Members are reminded that nominations for the SoCLA Board close at 5:00 pm this Thursday 16 July 2020 (AEST).

The notice calling for nominations can be found here and nomination form can be found here.

Monday 13 Jul 2020

Wednesday 15 July 2020 at 12:30 pm AEST

In several recent cases delay expert evidence was found to be unsatisfactory by the court.

This panel discussion featuring Petrina MacphersonWilliam KerrJeremie Witt and Samuel McCarthy traces the common problem areas with delay expert evidence moving through the processes from selection of the expert to cross-examination in arbitration or litigation, and provides strategies to ensure the preparation of persuasive and accessible delay analysis.


Thursday 9 Jul 2020

​The Society of Construction Law New Zealand is pleased to announce that 3-5 November 2021 are the new dates for the 9th International Society of Construction Law Conference in Auckland, New Zealand.  More information is available here.T

Wednesday 8 Jul 2020

Members may be in interested in participating in the following  Australian Building Codes Board survey in response to the Building Confidence Report.



Monday 6 Jul 2020

Members may be interested in The Warren Centre's "The Roles Report" which is now available for download.



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