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2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Matthew Bell

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Michael Tooma and Teodor Lomaca

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Owen Hayford

A commended paper in the Brooking Prize 2017 by Mark Griffith

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by John Lancaster and David Pritchard

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Bruce Morrow

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Scott Alden and Victoria Gordon

2017 SoCLA National Conference paper by Craig Lamont

Download the Society's Submission to the Murray Review 20 June 2017

Slides from the Holman Fenwick Willan Industry seminar held in Perth on 10 March 2017 are now available.

Slides from the Korda Mentha seminar held on 7 December 2016.

2016 SoCLA National Conference presented by Nick Longley

2016 SoCLA National Conference paper presented by Laina Chan, Barrister

2016 SoCLA National Conference paper presented by David Smyth

2016 SoCLA National Conference paper presented by Parissa Notaras

2016 SoCLA National Conference paper presented by Alex Hartmann

Exclusive Video

The Society of Construction Law Australia together with Level Twenty Seven Chambers presents ‘Where’s my money? Can I access or recover my security or not?’. 

Professor Doug Jones AO gave a public lecture at Melbourne Law School on the Penalties Doctrine in July 2016. Professor Jones was accompanied by Professor John Sharkey AM and SoCLA Director, Kara Vague. This content is now available courtesy of the Melbourne Law School.

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The Society of Construction Law in the UK has now released its consultation draft of the 2nd edition of the Delay and Disruption Protocol.

This is an important document, not only in the UK but internationally, including Australia. Thus, for example, the Supreme Court of South Australia in ALSTOM LTD v YOKOGAWA AUSTRALIA PTY LTD & ANOR (No 7) [2012] SASC 49 made repeated references to the Protocol, and rejected the analysis of one of the parties saying ‘It is not a method referred to in the Protocol.’

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