About the Centre
The Centre of Construction Law was founded in 1987 by Professor John Uff QC, who was its first Director (1987-1999) and founding Nash Professor of Engineering Law (1993-2002).
The main activities are:
The two-year part-time post-experience MSc programme, taught since 1988 at the Strand Campus
Conferences and public lectures on aspects of Construction Law
Publications on aspects of Construction Law
The key feature of the Centre is that it is interdisciplinary: our staff and students are drawn from all sides of the construction industry and its professions, including lawyers (barristers and solicitors), engineers, surveyors and other related professionals, as well as those with dual qualifications in a range of fields. Another important aspect of the Centre's approach is its international character: to encourage dialogue between students and staff from all regions of the world on construction issues. Our intensive weekend modules foster participation by out of town students.
For further information on our MSc programme, please see the online prospectus.
The Centre for Construction Law & Dispute Resolution offers study and research into law and management relating to the construction industry towards an MPhil/PhD. Staff research interests cover forms of contract, dispute resolution, regulation of construction, international and comparative aspects of construction law, structural safety. Click here for information on our new Phd programme.
Image credit: ‘The Old Watch House, by Patrick George’. Courtesy of the artist.
Director of the Centre: Professor David Mosey
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 1661
click here for David's profile page
Director of Research: Professor Renato Nazzini
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2409
click here for Renato's profile page
Senior Lecturer: Jessica Twombley
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2644
Manager of the Centre: Miss Sue Hart
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2643
Administrative Assistant: Mrs Olivia Nicolaou
Tel: +44 (0)20 7848 2685
(Wed & Thurs only)
Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution
The Old Watch House
King's College London
For general enquires please contact the Manager
Centre Fax: +44 (0)20 7848 2638