On 9 March 2016, Guy Lane, of BLM, and Jamie Muir Wood, of Hogarth Chambers, gave a talk about Intellectual property in construction. The talk covered different types of intellectual property, including what can be protected and how it is infringed.
The KCCLA is an active association existing for the benefit of its members who are the alumni and current students of the King’s College, London and Singapore MSc and Diploma in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution. The current students and forthcoming graduates of the Singapore MSc and Diploma programme are most welcome and are encouraged to register and join the KCCLA.
This website (together with email) is the main means of communication for the Association and its membership and includes notice of forthcoming seminars, site visits and social events.
Aims of the KCCLA:
- To promote the King's College Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution (CCLDR) and the London and Singapore MSc and Diploma courses
- To provide a forum for graduates to keep in touch with each other and the CCLDR at King's through a programme of events
- To assist and encourage the course students.