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MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution

Centre of Construction Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law

Applications are invited for this highly regarded post-graduate programme:

Two-year part-time, post-experience, cross-professional programme for lawyers and construction professionals, now in

its twenty-ninth year, covering the law and its application to construction projects, practices, people and problems

four taught modules and a dissertation, including foundation modules on Law for Construction Professionals or

Construction Technology for Lawyers

nine full days’ tuition each term in central London consisting of three sets of Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, plus two

or more extra days in the first year

academic staff led by Professor Phillip Capper and Professor David Mosey supported by leading academics and

practitioners

specialist library resources and online facilities available to students

qualifies for professional CPD and, with additional award-writing examination, exemption from the CIArb Fellowship

examination

next intake September 2016 – early applications are encouraged (with a final deadline of 1st July 2016)

Applicants must have a degree and/or acceptable professional qualifications plus, (for construction professionals and non-

practising lawyers), at least two years’ relevant work experience; or (for practising lawyers), at least completed pupillage or one

year of training contract.

For a copy of the prospectus and details of the application procedure, visit the College website:

www.kcl.ac.uk

(click School of

Law/MSc Construction Law on home page). For further information visit the Centre of Construction Law website at: www.

kcl.ac.uk/law/research/centres/construction/about.aspx

, or contact Sue Hart on 020 7848 2643, or email

ccldr@kcl.ac.uk.

MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution

Centre of Construction Law, The Dickson Poon School of Law

Applications are invited for this highly regarded post-graduate programme:

Two-year part-time, post-experience, cross-professional programme for lawyers

and construction professionals, now in its twenty-ninth year, covering the law and

its application to construction projects, practices, people and problems

four taught modules a d a d ssertation, including f undatio modules on Law for

Construction Professionals or Construction Technology for Lawyers

nine full days’ tuition each term in central London consisting of three sets of

Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays, plus two or more

extra days in

the first year

acade ic staff led by Professor Phillip Capper and Professor David Mosey

supported by leading a

cademics and practitioners

specialist library resources and online facilities available to students

qualifies for professional CPD and, with additional award-writing examination,

exemption from the CIArb Fellowship examination

next intake September 2016 – early applications are encouraged (with a final

deadline of 1

st

July 2016)

Applicants must have a degree and/or acceptable professional qualifications plus, (for construction professionals

and non-practising lawyers), at least two years’ relevant work experience; or (for practising lawyers), at least

completed pupillage or one year of training contract.

For a copy of the prospectus and details of the application procedure, visit the College

website:

www.kcl.ac.uk

(click School of Law/MSc Construction Law on home page).

For further information visit the Centre of Construction Law website at:

www.kcl.ac.uk/law/research/centres/construction/about.aspx ,

or contact Sue Hart on

020 7848 2643, or email

ccldr@kcl.ac.uk

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