Papers and notes

Time and Delay across Cultures: Slides from the 24th annual lecture held on 9th June 2022 are available here

The Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution is conducting a three-year empirical study of construction adjudication in the UK. 

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Adjudication: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. Slides from the talk given by Kim Franklin QC on 17 March 22 are available here

Dissertation Evening. For any MSc students who missed the event on 20 January 2022, or if you would like to revisit, a You Tube link is available on the Dissertations page (You must be logged in to access this page)

As published in the April 2019 issue of Construction Law, a short paper on our Adjudication v Litigation debate held in January

A short film summarising the Centre of Construction Law’s work on FAC-1: . 

Centre of Construction Law Conference, 6 June 2019, "Transnational Construction Arbitration and ADR in the 21st Century". See flyer for registration, booking fee and further details.  

For a series of videos looking at the impact that King’s research and new legal frameworks have had on construction, please watch an introduction at . Further videos will be notified on David Mosey’s Linkedin and Twitter pages and will explore a range of FAC-1 projects


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On 13th October 2016, the annual dissertation evening provided a most welcome opportunity for current students to get tips and advice on the work ahead from the best authors of 2015. Grateful thanks go to Adam Beaumont, Alan Midgley, Michelle Wright and Nathan Cosh for passing on their experiences

HS2: The hybrid Bill and its journey to Royal assent -PowerPoint slides from a Presentation to members of the KCCLA & CICES by Andy Taylor, Head of Public Affairs HS2, on 6 November, 2013