Oct

    Building Results: A Panel for Law Students Interested in Dispute Resolution and Construction Law

    5 PM EDT

    Though they don’t often wear hardhats, construction lawyers are often building one thing: results. Please join the ABA’s Forum on Construction Law’s Division 1 (Litigation & Dispute Resolution) for a focused panel discussion on litigation and dispute resolution in construction law. The distinguished panel will discuss why ADR and form contracts are so common in construction law, the general characteristics of construction litigation and arbitration, and other typical dispute avoidance forms in construction law, such as DRBs.

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    Following the panel discussion and a Q&A session, law students and/or recent law student graduates will be placed in virtual networking ‘breakout rooms’ to meet the panelists, fellow construction lawyers, and other law students with similar interests.

    After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

    Please contact Tamara Harrington for more information.

    Note: Online Registration will close at 12PM CT October 20. Anyone that registers afterwards with the ABA service center may not receive their confirmation email with their dial in instructions before the start of the webinar.

    Event Details

    Duration

    90

    Format

    Web

    Date

    Oct 20, 2020

    2020-10-20T17:00:00-04:00 2020-10-20T18:30:00-04:00 Building Results: A Panel for Law Students Interested in Dispute Resolution and Construction Law

    Though they don’t often wear hardhats, construction lawyers are often building one thing: results. Please join the ABA’s Forum on Construction Law’s Division 1 (Litigation & Dispute Resolution) for a focused panel discussion on litigation and dispute resolution in construction law. The distinguished panel will discuss why ADR and form contracts are so common in construction law, the general characteristics of construction litigation and arbitration, and other typical dispute avoidance forms in construction law, such as DRBs.

    Sponsors

    Forum on Construction Law

    Panelists

    Alex W Dockery

    Edward Green

    Patrick J McKnight

    Roy E Wagner

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