Resources

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Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration

SoCLA webinar presented by Adam Constable QC, Lucy Garrett QC, Samuel Townend QC, Robert Fenwick Elliott and Jennie Wild of Keating Chambers

Conflicts of Interest in International Arbitration

Accompanying slide pack to webinar presented by Adam Constable QC, Lucy Garrett QC, Samuel Townend QC, Robert Fenwick Elliott and Jennie Wild of Keating Chambers

ABCB Consultation on the Integrity of private building surveyors

In 2017, Building Minsters authorised an assessment of the effectiveness of compliance and enforcement systems for the building and construction industry across Australia. The resulting Building Confidence Report (BCR) made 24 recommendations for a best practice model for compliance and enforcement, to strengthen the effective implementation of the National Construction Code (NCC).

FIDIC - Where the bloody hell are you?

SoCLA webinar presented by Kiri Parr, Tony Barry and Rob Nelson-Williams.

Why mentoring is important in 2021

This short article written by Louise McManamon of the SoCLA Mentoring Program  highlights the importance of mentoring in 2021 and beyond. If you are a SoCLA member and would like to join our program this year, please apply here.  Applications close on 16 April 2021.

The Duty to Warn and the Combustible Cladding Crisis

This presentation by Owen Hayford is based on his commended entry in SoCLA’s 2020 Brooking Prize essay competition. 
 

Draft Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment (Review Recommendations) Amendment Bill 2021

The Society's Submission can be found below.

Is COVID-19 construction’s Uber moment?

SoCLA webinar presented by Jon Davies, Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Constructors Association.

Draft Building & Construction Industry Security of Payment (Review Recommendations) Amendment Bill 2020 (SA) (February 2020)

A copy of the draft 2020 bill and the Society's submission are available below. 

NSW Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Regulation 2020

The following documents (all available below) have been released for public consultation

  • Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Regulation 2020 (the proposed Regulation);
  • accompanying Regulatory Impact Statement (RIS); and
  • a draft Continuing Professional Development Guideline for Adjudicators  (CPD Guideline)

The proposed Regulation will replace the Building and Construction Industry Security of Payment Regulation 2008 on commencement on 1 September 2020.

The proposed Regulation aims to: