Jointly presented by RICS and the Society of Construction Law for Africa, is intended to offer a basic introduction to construction law principles, standard form construction contracts and construction dispute resolution, and is aimed at construction professionals, junior lawyers, contractors, employers and students in the construction profession and legal fields.
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An advocate at the Cape Bar for more than 25 years, he is also an international member of Keating Chambers, London, a leading set of barristers' chambers specialising in Construction, Energy, Procurement, Professional Negligence & International Arbitration.
He holds an MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution from Kings College London and focuses on domestic and international arbitrations involving construction, engineering, energy, mining, information technology and commercial disputes.
He has advised international and South African contractors, sub-contractors, consultants and employers on large engineering, construction, energy, mining and information technology projects in South Africa, Lesotho, Namibia, the Middle East, Scotland and South America. He is a co-founder and the incumbent chairperson of the Society of Construction Law for Africa (2013-2018).
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