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Centre of Construction Law

Non King's prizes

The Society of Construction Law's Annual 'Hudson Prize' -  is an essay competition. 

Staff and students of the Centre who have won include:

2018 - Philip Britton (highly commended); Louise Hall (highly commended)

2017 - Matthew Bell (1st prize); Richard Harvey (highly commended)

2016 - Philip Britton (1st prize); Eugenio Zoppis & Tariq Smalling-West (Highly commended)

2015 - Rachel Gwilliam (2nd prize); Matthew Bell (highly commended)

2014 - Philip Britton (joint 1st); May Looi (highly commended); Paul Singh (commended)

Previous winners include:Matthew Bell (2013 - 2nd);  Matthew Cocklin (2012 - 1st); Robert Downey & Rachel Gwilliam (2012 - highly commended) and Philip Britton (commended); Antonio Rotolo (2011 - 2nd); Matthew Bell (2010 - joint 2nd); Matthew Bell (2008 - high commended); Shy Jackson (2007 - commended); Dr Ronan Champion (2006 - 2nd); Philip Britton (2005 - 1st); Dr Ronan Champion and Wendy MacLaughlin (2005 - commended); Philip Britton (2003 - 1st); Philip Britton (2002 - 1st); Phillip Britton (2000 - 2nd); Paul McGivern (1994 - 2nd); John McGuinnes (1994 - commended); Jonathan Hosie (1993 - 1st); David Ballard (1992 - 1st); Siobhan Leslie (1992 - joint 3rd); Michael Webster (1991 - 1st).


JCT Student Essay Competition

2014 - Richard Dunn (runner-up) with his essay 'What Could be Done to Simplify Construction'.


European Society of Construction Law - Master Thesis Prize

2018 - (joint 2nd) Edwina Udrescu with her essay 'What legal & contractual issues can determine the success or failure of a PPP project?

2017 - (2nd) Eugenio Zoppis with his essay 'Contract Conditions for Ground Risk under the 1999 FIDIC Suite of Contracts: A Critical Review'

2015 - (2nd) Adriana Spassova with her essay 'Is the Bulgarian Building Control regime more bureaucratic than the regimes in the leading European countries?

2013 - (1st) Matthew Cocklin with his essay 'International Approaches to the Legal Analysis of Concurrent Delay.  Is there a solution for England & Wales?;

2012 - (1st) Patrick Hehenberger  with his essay 'UK success to be remade in Germany: Will adjudication collide with fundamental civil law practice?'

2012 (2nd) Timothy Leone Ganado with his essay 'Interface agreements in UK PFI healthcare projects'



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