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  Find details of the papers published by the Society, many of which can also be found online.  

Members who have registered to use the SCLHK website may download online papers for free, and are also entitled to access to the SCL International website, where they may also download the papers from SCLHK’s international sister Societies at no charge. Sister Societies with papers published on the international site currently include SCLs in the Gulf, New Zealand, Singapore and UK. More papers are progressively being added. Click here to go to our Members Only area for registration instructions. Click here to link to the SCL International website.

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Since its foundation in 2001, the Society of Construction Law Hong Kong (SCLHK) has worked to promote for the public benefit education, study and research in the field of construction law and related subjects (including ADR, arbitration and adjudication).

SCLHK is affiliated with and shares similar objects with the UK-based Society of Construction Law (SCLUK), established in 1983.

The Society holds frequent meetings and other events.

The Society welcomes new members. Read more about benefits, and apply online.

  Next Meetings / Events  
  25 Oct 2018 (Thu) Held in Bucharest  
  Title: European Construction Public Procurement, Current Issues and Perspectives
Speaker: Various Industry Leaders
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  Latest Paper  

Title: Elements Of A Robust Delay Analysis
Author: Wendy MacLaughlin
Paper no.: 171


Title: Presenting a case in mediation – a QC’s perspective
Author: Phil Boulding Q.C.
Paper no.: 170

  Post Date: 2018 Jun 6  
    Scholarship rules and application  
     The Society of Construction Law Hong Kong has a limited number of scholarships. If you would like to apply please use the forms below.   
  Post Date: 2017 Oct 23  
    LinkedIn Group  
    SCLHK has launched a new LinkedIn group to promote events and seminars. If you would like to join the group please visit
  Post Date: 2017 Mar 3  
    Delay and Disruption Protocol  
    This Protocol has been prepared by the Society of Construction Law for determining extensions of time and compensation for delay and disruption. It exists to provide guidance to all parties to the construction process when dealing with delay and disruption matters. It recognises that transparency of information and methodology is central to both dispute prevention and dispute resolution. In February 2017, the 2nd edition of the Protocol was published. This supersedes both the 1st edition of the Protocol and Rider 1 to the 1st edition of the Protocol. If you would like a copy of the current 2nd edition of the Protocol, you may download the 2nd edition here:  
  Post Date: 2017 Feb 6  
    Letters of Appreciation  
    As a charitable organization SCL HK is proud of the assistance it provides in developing new Construction Law talent within Hong Kong. We have received a number of letter of appreciation from recipients of our scholarship programmes, student prizes and donations. We continue to run similar programems in the future and you can find out more information in our news section. We would like to congratulate all those that have received an award from us and look forward to our future beneficiaries receiving awards.  
  Post Date: 2017 Aug 16  
    Elements Of A Robust Delay Analysis by Wendy MacLaughlin  
    Transcript of a paper given to members of The Society of Construction Law Hong Kong in Hong Kong on 16 August 2017.  
  Post Date: 2017 Jun 14  
    Presenting A Case In Mediation – A QC’s Perspective  
    Transcript of a paper given to members of The Society of Construction Law Hong Kong in Hong Kong on 14 June 2017  
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