Celebrating its 40th birthday this year, The International Construction Law Review is the leading authority on international construction law and provides 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.
Edited by Chantal-Aimée Doerries KC and Professor Doug Jones AO of Atkin Chambers, along with a distinguished editorial advisory board, it provides comprehensive reports and articles which offer in-depth and incisive analysis of the key developments in construction law across the globe. ICLR’s genuinely global perspective is also supported by a team of dedicated international correspondents based in over 20 countries.
The International Construction Law Review is published by Lloyd’s List Intelligence, a trading name of Maritime Insights and Intelligence Ltd.
The latest volume includes the following:
- Forty Years On: The International Construction Law Review, 1983 – 2023 – Julian Bailey and Dr Matthew Bell
- The Quantification of Unjust Enrichment Claims in Construction – Dr Franco Mastrandrea
- Constructing Collaboration: Remoulding the Resolution of Construction Disputes – Sundaresh Menon
- 150 Years of a Specialist Construction Court – Sir Vivian Ramsey
- “Come on Ref!”: Bulk, Disputed Expert Referrals of Construction Litigation in Queensland – Nick Wray-Jones and James Aird
- Panther Real Estate Development LLC v Modern Executive Systems Contracting LLC – Nicholas Brown and Kerry Higgins
- The History of the Technology and Construction Court on Iis 150th Anniversary – Rewriting the Rules – Reviewed by Nicholas Gould and Sana Mahmud
- The FIDIC Red Book Contract: An International Clause-by-Clause Commentary – Reviewed by Rupert Choat KC
Introduction by Chantal-Aimée Doerries KC and Professor Doug Jones AO
This year contains a number of historic anniversaries, ranging from the 250th anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, to the 75th anniversary of the end of the Battle of Kursk and many others, including, in the UK, the 150th birthday of the specialist construction court in England and Wales, now called the Technology and Construction Court. Closer to home it is the 40th birthday of the International Construction Law Review, which was set up almost exactly 40 years ago, in October 1983. This fourth and final part of 2023 recognises these industry anniversaries with specific contributions, and also includes a number of articles from around the globe addressing a variety of topics which reflect the breadth of construction disputes, ranging from unjust enrichment claims to reviewing collaboration in construction disputes based on the experience in Singapore, and from bulk expert referrals in construction disputes in Queensland to extension of time provisions and notice requirements in the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts.
Click here to read the full introduction.