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  • ESCL PRIZE 2019

    EUROPEAN SOCIETY OF CONSTRUCTION LAW Thesis Prize 2019 – entries invited The ESCL invites all students who submitted their construction law-related Master thesis in the period from the 1st of June 2017 on to the 30th of May 2019 to take part in a paper competition and win the “Master Thesis Prize 2019” of the ESCL. The first price will be

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  • ESCL Prize 2018

    ESCL Thesis Prize 2018 winners Last week on the 25th till the 26th of October 2018 the annual conference of the European Society of Construction Law (ESCL) took place. This year’s edition was organised by the Romanian Society of Construction Law and took place in Bucharest. It was a two day conference on Procurement Law and a very interesting and inspiring

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  • The First European Construction Law Summer School

    For a long time the construction industry was a local, national industry. Those days are long gone: architects work all over Europe and even the world, and so do contractors. Procurement law does not have its roots in European law, but nowadays is almost completely governed by European law. Construction contract law is still to a large extent dominated by

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  • Design Liability: Process or Outcome?

    Adam Robb February 2017 A paper presented to the Society of Construction Law at a meeting in London on 7th February 2017. This paper discusses the recent Court of Appeal decision in MT Hojgaard v E.ON Climate and Renewables which re-considered the relationship between ‘process’ obligations and ‘outcome’ obligations in relation to design in the context of a design and

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  • The second edition of the SCL Delay and Disruption Protocol, published

    UK @Society of Construction Law has finalized and published, after a long period of review and discussion, the second edition of the Society of Construction Law Delay and Disruption Protocol. You can find it here: https://www.scl.org.uk/resources/delay-disruption-protocol. It is the Society’s intention to produce a limited number of printed copies for sale. Anyone who wishes to purchase copies could register their

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