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Construction Law Project

This long-term research project looks at contract and contract law issues in construction. 

It takes a comparative view and looks to assemble professionals and academics from many jurisdictions to exchange views on current issues and reform projects. 


Such issues may include

Long-term contracts (cancellation, adaptation, risk hedging)

networks of contracts

co-operation in contracts

mutuality in contracts

dispute settlement

socio-legal aspects of contracts in construction



Participating scholars are 

Mr David Christie, Robert Gordon University, Scotland, UK

Dr. Joseph Mante, Robert Gordon University, Scotland, UK

Dr. Severine Saintier,  University of Exeter, England, UK

Dr. Jessica Viven-Wilksch, University of Adelaide, Australia

Professor Manasi Kumar, O.P.Jindal University, Jindal Global Law School, India

Dr. Maren Heidemann, The London Centre for Commercial and Financial Law and Queen Mary, University of London, UK

We propose to form a network to identify those areas where practitioners, lawyers and academics can work together to improve construction practice. We are keen to hear from those who might be interested and are using this note to reach out to those who could form the core group. The initial stage will be to identify the agenda for action and then develop a forum for the exchange of ideas.

If you’re interested please  contact us to discuss their contributions or use the contact form below.

A workshop event is expected to take place online in November 2022.

Publication opportunities are envisaged. (Journal articles, books and SSRN working papers.) Please express interest. or use the contact form below.

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