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Professor Anthony Lavers examines the duties and responsibilities of the architect in contract administration and in the wider role of managing the project, analysing cases both as sources of lessons to be learned from errors made and also as examples of good practice.
- Management of liability risk arising from contract administration
- Can architects be expected to supervise construction?
- Decision making in contract administration - the duty to hold the scales fairly
- Potential liability for certification - how far does it extend?
- Duties of the project manager?
Speaker: Professor Anthony Lavers LL.B M.Phil PhD D.Litt FRICS Barrister is Counsel in the Construction & Engineering Group of global law firm White & Case, which he joined in 2001. He is Visiting Professor of Law at Oxford Brookes University. He read law at University College London(Joseph Hellyer Prize 1977) and received his PhD from the National University of Singapore for research on professional liability in property and construction. He lectures regularly on the RIBA Part 3 courses at the Architectural Association, at Cambridge, Oxford Brookes and Birmingham and on the Masters in Construction Law at King’s College, London and the University of Vienna.