Taught to lawyer and experienced non-lawyer construction professional students over a series of intensive three-day sessions, Thursday to Saturday, facilitating PT study by students based far from London, also available as FT for overseas students; 6 sessions per year PT, 12 sessions per year FT. Academically-led and practice-informed, the course provides a unique cross-professional perspective on this area of the law, with electronic access to teaching and reference materials plus physical access to many specialist books and journals held in the Maughan Library. Includes a foundation course in law for non-lawyers and a foundation course in construction technology for lawyer students.
To enable qualified lawyers and construction industry professionals to obtain a holistic view of the law and practice of construction and dispute resolution.
CCLDR MSc prospectus.
Course format and assessment
Four taught modules assessed by written examinations; all modules include assessed coursework; assessment of a written dissertation.
Click on the ‘Further information’ tab to download a copy of the MSc prospectus before making your application. Your application must be made online, using King’s online application portal. An interview may be required.
Four taught modules assessed by written examinations and assessed coursework; the fifth module is a written dissertation.
here are five modules:
Module A Introduction to Law
Module AL Construction Technology for Lawyers
Module B Construction Law I
Module C Construction Law II
Module D Arbitration & Dispute Resolution
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