Introduction to Law and Legal Processes – designed to support both those with, and those without, a legal background. This module will see you build a foundation of law knowledge, including the key knowledge needed to understand the legal landscape that construction law operates within and the process in how projects are built. You’ll also gain a firm grasp of legal writing, including syllogistic reasoning.
Construction Contracts – Operation and Administration – gain an appreciation of the historical background to construction contract law, as well as an understanding of contemporary international contexts.
Real Estate Law - understand contemporary real estate law, in context of international practice. You’ll focus on property law and deepen your knowledge of construction contracts law studied in the previous module.
International Dispute Resolution - provides a broad understanding of litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution processes.
Sustainability and Environmental Issues – examine international construction law frameworks, with a focus on recent developments and patterns, looking to future environmental regulation in the build environment.
Procurement - evaluate the nature of construction procurement practices, by exploring both national and international contexts of construction procurement, including future direction and strategy.
Construction Law Management - the construction industry is a global one, and entering into a contract with a counterpart domiciled in a different jurisdiction is not uncommon. This module will help you to understand this by investigating the approaches to construction law.
Dissertation - you must also undertake a dissertation, providing an invaluable opportunity to work in depth on a particular aspect of the law. You will need to enhance your technical knowledge and critical awareness in a subject of your choice.
Note: All modules are subject to change in order to keep content current.