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C5 BIM legal forum

10th Jun 2016

Jennifer Jones chaired day 1 of the C5 BIM (Building Information Modelling) legal forum at the Grange City Hotel on 8-9 June 2016.

The forum questioned and debated the key legal areas of concern around BIM and the potential legal risks that may arise in the future.

Jennifer is a barrister called in 2003 specialising in the fields of construction and engineering, energy and professional negligence. She also regularly advises on guarantees and bonds and on issues concerning jurisdiction and conflicts of law. She deals with both domestic and international projects and her familiarity with BIM derives from disputes on those projects, in particular concerning: design development and clashes; variations; and delay. She is recommended in Chambers and Partners and the Legal 500 as: “listening to other points and then coming in with the real killer points she’s been noting”; being “tremendously enthusiastic; you feel as though your case is the most important she’s got”; being “extremely able”; having “absolutely first-rate legal knowledge”; providing “pragmatic commercial advice”; being “super with clients”; and being “friendly and approachable and adapts to the level of legal knowledge that each client has”.

For further details on the conference organiser please click here.





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