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5 November 2021: Steven Walker QC to guest lecture on Construction Masters course

21st Sep 2021

Date
05/11/2021

Location
University of Stuttgart, Germany

Steven Walker QC will be a guest lecturer at the University of Stuttgart’s Masters Construction law course.

He will examine defects and damages, covering English common law.

This Master of Business Engineering (MBE) course is designed to cover both the Common and Civil law perspective, and is designed to attract professionals working in the construction industry internationally including construction engineering, architecture or surveying, as well as lawyers interested in specialising in construction law.

The course is delivered by a number of internationally renowned academic and professional experts from Common and Civil Law jurisdictions.





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