Building and Construction Law Journal: Online

Building and Construction Law Journal: Online

By John Dorter

Online

Price: N/A

Date: 28/10/2008

Code: 41167104

Lawbook Co., AUSTRALIA

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Building and Construction Law Journal: Online

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Description

Bridging the theory and practice of building and construction law

The Building and Construction Law Journal tracks changes in building and construction law, and provides comment and debate at both a national and international level. It is the ideal way to stay up to date and in touch for construction lawyers along with professionals in building, construction, engineering and associated industries.

This journal provides a bi-monthly update on legislative change, as well as debate and analysis on building and construction claims, disputes, contracts and court decisions.

Every issue of the journal covers core subject-areas plus specially headnoted multi-jurisdictional building and construction law reports.

Online, the Journal features the full backset to Volume 1, 1985, with links to judgments, legislation and other online publications, while allowing for individual articles to be downloaded in pdf format or received via RSS feed.

There are approximately six Parts and one Bound Volume published each year (receipt of Parts and/or Bound Volumes will depend on your subscription choice).

To access free articles and information on all of our journals, to submit an article or to join our community and have your say, visit Journals Talk at www.thomsonreuters.com.au/journalstalk.

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