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THE SCL DELAY AND DISRUPTION PROTOCOL
has been prepared by SCLUK as an aid to managing and assessing delay and disruption in construction projects.Visit
SCLUK's special website.

 
   
  Find details of the papers published by the Society, many of which can also be found online.  
   
  MEMBERSHIP BENEFITS SCL INTERNATIONAL WEBSITE AND RECIPROCAL PAPERS ACCESS

Members who have registered to use the SCLHK website may download online papers for free, and are also entitled to access to the SCL International website, where they may also download the papers from SCLHK’s international sister Societies at no charge. Sister Societies with papers published on the international site currently include SCLs in the Gulf, New Zealand, Singapore and UK. More papers are progressively being added. Click here to go to our Members Only area for registration instructions. Click here to link to the SCL International website.

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Since its foundation in 2001, the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong (SCLHK) has worked to promote for the public benefit education, study and research in the field of construction law and related subjects (including ADR, arbitration and adjudication).

SCLHK is affiliated with and shares similar objects with the UK-based Society of Construction Law (SCLUK), established in 1983.

The Society holds frequent meetings and other events.

The Society welcomes new members. Read more about benefits, and apply online.

     
  Next Meetings / Events  
  21 Jul 2016 (Thu) 6.00 for 6.30 pm  
  Title: Delay and Delay Cost Assessment under NEC3
Speaker: Mark Griffith
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  27 Sep 2016 (Tue) 6.00 for 6.30 pm  
  Title: Unforeseen Ground Conditions
Speaker: Dean Lewis
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  Latest Paper  
 

Title: NEC 3 – Lessons Learned (presentation)
Author: Steven Beaumont
Paper no.: 133

 
   
 

Title: Construction Disputes on the Rise - Report: Global Construction Disputes 2014 - Getting the Basics Right
Author: EC Harris Contract Solutions (Mike Allen et al)
Paper no.: 132(1)

 
   
     
     
  LATEST NEWS  
   
  Post Date: 2016 Jun 1  
    HUDSON’S BUILDING AND ENGINEERING CONTRACTS, 13TH EDITION  
    by Atkin Chambers

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  Post Date: 2016 Mar 9  
    CUHK Prize-giving Ceremony  
    The Chinese University (CUHK) Faculty of Law Scholarships and Prizes Presentation Ceremony 2016 was held at the CUHK Graduate Law Centre in Central on Wednesday, 9 March 2016.

Mr. Keith Wingrad, who is on the University Liaison Committee of the SCLHK, attended the Ceremony on behalf of the Society. The SCLHK is a donor of annual prizes to students on the Chinese University LLB and JD courses.  Professor Christopher Gane, Dean of the Faculty of Law presented the SCLHK prize to the award-winning JD student, Mr. Richard C.W. Tse.

The attached photograph shows the JD Subject Prize recipients with Mr Anthony Dapiran, Mr Andrew Heathrow, Mr Keith Wingrad (SCLHK), Ms Jacelyn Johnson, Professor Christopher Gane and Mr Matthew Cheung (JD Programme Director).
 
   
  Post Date: 2016 Mar 9  
    CUHK Prize-giving Ceremony  
    Professor Christopher Gane, Dean of the CUHK Faculty of Law, presenting memento to Mr Keith Wingrad, SCLHK.  
   
  Post Date: 2016 Mar 9  
    CUHK Prize-giving Ceremony  
    Memento presented to SCLHK by CUHK Faculty of Law.  
       
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