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16 September 2021: Rupert Choat on ADR for Construction Law Summer School

29th Apr 2021

Date
16/09/2021

Time
11:30 am BST

Location
Downing College, Cambridge, UK

Rupert Choat will speak at the annual Construction Law Summer School on 16 September 2021. The programme provides professionals with a comprehensive understanding of international construction law and an update on the latest industry changes.

Rupert will speak on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) and will cover topics such as:

  • What is ADR
  • Why opt for ADR
  • What to do to prepare for ADR

For further information, or to book a place, please click here.

ABOUT

The interactive 5-day residential Construction Law Summer School will provide an insightful review of key developments in international construction law and the legal changes affecting the industry.

Experts will discuss international initiatives, legal trends, contract forms, and standards in best practice.

Reviewing real cases from across the globe and practical examples, each day of the event will focus on particular topical issues to prepare you for future challenges in your everyday work.

The ideal event for people in a variety of different job roles including engineers, project managers, contractors and lawyers – anyone that would benefit from detailed and intensive guidance on all the key aspects of international construction and engineering law.





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