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1 Dec 2021: An aspiring barrister’s guide to construction law (webinar/Q&A)

1st Aug 2021

Date
01/12/2021

Time
5:30 pm BST

Location
London (virtual)

This virtual presentation and discussion will aim to demystify construction law by highlighting some key cases which are likely to be found on many undergraduate and graduate reading lists, which are, in fact, pertinent to construction disputes.

This session will show that practice at a specialist set does not mean specialising in narrow areas of the law. On the contrary, practice at a construction set entails exposure to a broad range of legal concepts which might appeal to students who are enjoying a range of options.

Atkin Chambers is synonymous with disputes in construction, energy, infrastructure and technology disputes globally and members work on matters connected with some of the most cutting-edge projects domestically and globally from flagship public buildings to critical infrastructure projects resulting from the global effort to move to a low/no carbon future.

The event will be hosted by members of Chambers’ pupillage committee.

Registration

RSVP via email to pupillagenews@atkinchambers.com.

We will confirm your place by email. A link to the event will be sent out nearer the time.

Do you have a question?  Do please send it in advance to pupillagenews@atkinchambers.com. There will also be the opportunity to post questions on the day.

For further info

Applications for pupillage starting September 2023 open on Wednesday 5 January 2022 and close at 2pm on Wednesday 9 February 2022.

For further information on pupillage at Atkin Chambers, including key dates and how to apply, please click here to view the pupillage information hub.

 

 





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