Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution
The Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution brings together students, academics and professionals from across the industry. The Centre's work helps solve construction issues worldwide, from arbitration to supply chain management.
The Centre's impactful research features directly within the curriculum. That research covers a wide range of areas, all focused on making the world a better place through new models of construction law. Whether it’s improving sustainability or creating better conditions for communities, the Centre's work is generating real results in the industry. The Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution focuses on six key areas:
- International construction arbitration
- Statutory Adjudication in the UK and globally
- Dispute Boards, enforcement of Dispute Adjudication Board and Dispute Avoidance/Adjudication Board decisions, and interaction of Dispute Boards with other forms of dispute resolution
- Collaborative construction procurement
- The link between technology and the implementation of construction projects
- The rights of residents
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