Course coordinator David McNeice has been a member of the ICE for a number of years and has successfully ran this programme utilising his depth of experience and expertise in the field.–
ICE Law & Contract Management has been specifically designed for professionals working on engineering and construction projects using the NEC form of contract. It is suitable for those working in both public and private sector organisations, and is relevant to anyone involved in NEC projects - whether employers, consultants, contractors, sub-contractors or those involved in the supply chain.
ICE Law & Contract Management has been designed to apply at all levels of practice and experience. The syllabus will take participants through the basics of Contract Law, as well as the Law of Tort and NEC3/4 Contract Management.
The course follows the syllabus set out by the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) and prepares attendees for the ICE Law and Contract Management Exams (Module 1 and Module 2 in June 2019). Successfully passing both exams provides delegates with the Certificate in Law and Contract Management, and allows them to the use the post-nominal CLCM.
ICE Law & Contract Management will run from late October 2018 to May 2019.
ICE Law & Contract Management will be hosted in DWF’s flagship Walkie Talkie office, on the 31st floor, from 18:30 – 20:30 on Thursday evenings. The course will be made up of 20 evening interactive seminars, covering Module 1 (Law & Tort) as well as Module 2 (NEC3/4).This course is being offered in our London office only.
With over 200 lawyers, each providing technically excellent, cost-effective and commercial legal advice, DWF is one of the biggest Real Estate teams in the UK.–
We work with colleagues across the business, integrating expertise in complementary disciplines, such as real estate finance, banking, corporate, construction and tax.–
We pride ourselves on our ability to work as part of your team. We take time to understand your business, helping to give you a commercial edge.–