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About King's College London
CENTRE OF CONSTRUCTION LAW & DISPUTE RESOLUTION
Established in 1992 by construction professionals, the Centre offers two taught courses, the MSc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution, and the Certificate in Adjudication. Both are primarily offered on a part-time basis, (three x 3-days, once a month for two terms each year) to allow students to continue their regular jobs. A few research places (leading to MPhil or PhD) are also available each year at the Centre.
MSc in Construction Law & Dispute Resolution
- Largest and longest-established MSc in this field
- Extensive input from leading professionals
- Wide range of student backgrounds – lawyers and construction professionals
- Rigorous academic programme plus excellent contact with the building industry
- Enables qualified lawyers and construction industry professionals to obtain a holistic view of the law and practice of construction and dispute resolution
- 2-year part-time course consists of four taught Modules plus dissertation
- possibility of full-time (18-month) enrolment for overseas students
The MSc, together with an award-writing examination, is currently recognised for the Fellowship qualification of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, and for CPD by the Law Society, the General Council of the Bar and the RICS.
Certificate in Construction Adjudication
- Law and practice, for lawyers and construction professionals working (or who plan to work) as adjudicators in the construction industry.
- One-year, part-time taught programme plus decision-writing preparation and examination. Classes shared with MSc.
King’s College London is one of England’s oldest and most prestigious universities: a multi-faculty research-led university college based in the heart of London, ranked as one of the world’s top 25 universities. Its strength in law, humanities and the social sciences make it a major player in forging links between the arts, culture and universities, and in the development of public policy.