How will you benefit from 2016’s most comprehensive construction law advice?

If your team would benefit from detailed and intensive guidance on all the key aspects of international construction and engineering law then you might want to take a look at the annual Construction Law Summer School.

2016 sessions include:

FIDIC; NEC3; termination & insolvency; time & delay; global claims & disputes; dispute boards; international arbitration; EU procurement regime; tendering liabilities; civil code; ADR. See more topics on the agenda.

The event takes the shape of an interactive 4-day, residential & fully-inclusive conference and takes places in Cambridge in September. Join us to:

  • Understand the most important topics in international construction and engineering law and the implications for your business

  • Learn via a variety of formats, including presentations, group discussions, case studies, debates and a workshop

  • Benefit from the combined expertise of more than 20 leading speakers

  • Connect and share insights with the speakers and your peers from across the globe – not only during the conference days but also at the exceptional evening activities 

Distinguished chairs for the event:

  • David Brown, Clyde & Co
  • Adrian Hughes QC, 39 Essex Street
  • Ellis Baker, White & Case
  • Paul Darling QC, Keating Chambers

See all 20+ speakers.

The price is inclusive of accommodation, all meals, evening networking activities and comprehensive documentation – great value for your money!

And… you can get a 10% saving with VIP code FKW82645CMGP

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