News

19/04/2022

Following elections at the AGM on 24 March 2022, the Committee for the next 12 months will be Rowan Planterose (President), Julie Forsyth (Hon Secretary), Michael Tonkin (Hon Treasurer), David Cartwright, Christopher Dancaster, Simon Tolson, Melanie Willems, John Bishop and Philip Fidler.

29/07/2021

We are happy to announce that the winner of this year’s Norman Royce prize is Mr Mel Schwing for his paper entitled “Give the Devil His Due -- How the Road to Hell Paved by Multi-Tier Dispute Resolution Clauses Can Be Stopped by Liquidated Damages”. He was welcomed as a guest at our Annual Dinner on 2 Dec at Armourer’s Hall where he was presented with a cheque for his prize of £4,000”.

29/07/2021

It is with deep regret that we inform you of the sad passing of our long-standing colleague and friend Ray Turner who has died in July 2021. An obituary is available here.

10/01/2021

It is with deep regret that we inform you of the sad passing of our long-standing colleague and friend John Sims who died in December 2020. An obituary by John Tackaberry is available here.

17/04/2020

Following elections at the AGM on 8 April 2020, the committee for the next 12 months will be Rowan Planterose (President), Julie Forsyth (Hon Secretary), Robin Orme (Hon Treasurer), David Cartwright, Christopher Dancaster, John Redmond, Neville Tait (co-opted), Simon Tolson, Melanie Willems and John Bishop.

15/05/2019

Various slides and papers from the Society's Annual Conference in Valencia on 4/5 May 2019 are available to members.

05/04/2019

Following elections at the AGM on 28th March 2019, the committee for the next 12 months will be David Cartwright (President), Rowan Planterose (Hon Secretary), Robin Orme (Hon Treasurer), Christopher Dancaster, Julie Forsyth, Kim Franklin, John Redmond, Neville Tait (co-opted), Simon Tolson and Melanie Willems.

2019-01-10

We regret to record the death on 7th December of Brian Eggleston, one of our long-standing members. For an obituary, click here.

29/10/2018

The Society of Construction Arbitrators Norman Royce Prize of £4,000 is be awarded to the author of the best paper on a topic relevant to or touching on domestic or international construction disputes, including, but not limited to, their resolution and avoidance; and the lessons to be learnt from them. See: full details of the 2019 prize and also the formal prize rules.

10/08/2018

Our speaker at the joint meeting with the Society of Construction Law on 3rd July was the Rt Hon Lord Dyson. His paper on 'Privacy in Arbitration: How far should we lift the curtain on what happens?' is available in the Members Area.

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