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Atkin Chambers London symposium on construction and infrastructure project law

28th Jun 2016

Date
29/06/2016

Location
Grange Tower Bridge Hotel, Prescot Street, London, UK

The members of Atkin Chambers hosted a London legal symposium on construction and infrastructure project law on 29 June to mark the publication of the new edition of Hudson’s Building and Engineering Contracts, 13th Edition.

The programme concentrated on topical issues in the construction and infrastructure sectors, and on the most recent developments in construction law as detailed in Hudson.

Nicholas Dennys QC, one of the general editors of Hudson, chaired the symposium.  Other speakers from Atkin Chambers included Robert Clay, Patrick Clarke and Jennifer Jones, all of who have considerable experience in the construction and infrastructure sectors.

Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC, Chair of the Bar Council, acted as moderator to the panel discussion.

Distinguished panellists included Ann Levin (Herbert Smith Freehills), Phillip Morris (Balfour Beatty), Mark Roe (Pinsent Masons), Simon Tolson (Fenwick Elliott), David Barry (Blackrockpm) and Nicholas Dennys QC (Atkin Chambers).

ABOUT HUDSON’S BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONTRACTS, 13TH EDITION

Hudson’s is regarded by many as the leading reference on Construction Law. The new book, coming five years after the 12th edition, has been brought up-to-date by an editorial panel comprising leading practitioners at Atkin Chambers, an internationally renowned set of construction law barristers. The supplements to this edition are published annually.





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