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Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC joins Doug Jones as Editor in Chief of International Construction Law Review

15th Apr 2015

Chantal-Aimee Doerries QC has taken over from HH Humphrey LLoyd QC as Editor in Chief of The International Construction Law Review. She is now Editor in Chief alongside Doug Jones. They are supported by a distinguished editorial advisory board.

The International Construction Law Review is one of the leading authorities on international construction law providing critical information in areas ranging from procurement, project partnering, subcontracting, environmental issues, delay and disruption in construction contracts, trends in dispute resolution and alternatives to the FIDIC conditions. The comprehensive reports and articles offer in-depth and incisive analysis of the key developments in construction law across the globe.





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