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Construction law conference in Johannesburg on 20 & 21 November

Posted on November 13 2018 by Gert Minnaar in Events

The Society of Construction Law for Africa ( the SCL Africa) is hosting its third international construction law conference in Johannesburg at the Wanderers Club, 21 North Street, Johannesburg on 20 and 21 November 2018 which will cover a wide range of construction law related topics from local and international speakers and practitioners in the industry.

The conference fees are as follows:

  • Standard conference fee – R9 500
  • Discounted rate for SCLAfrica members – R5 500
  • Discounted rate for SAARDA members and other promotional partner members – R6 500

The SCL Africa offers SAARDA members a significant discount of R3 000 off the standard conference fee.

The conference fee includes conference attendance, cocktail function on 20 November, tea and refreshments and a buffet lunch for both conference days

Request your registration form from Aletha Meintjes at 021-422 1808 or info@sclafrica.org

The Society of Construction Law for Africa (SCLA) aims to give all interested and professional individuals and companies access to internationally published resources and networking and educational opportunities in order to promote education, study and research in the field of construction law and related subjects.

Like the societies across Europe and in the UK, Australia, New Zealand, the Middle East and Hong Kong, the SCLA supports educational bodies, sponsors annual prize papers and generally promotes the development of construction law.

Inspired by the Society of Construction Law in the UK, Johan Beyers and Christoffel Ackermann formed The Society of Construction Law for Africa (SCLA) in 2013. Affiliated to the SCL UK and with associate societies across Europe, the UK, Asia, UAE, Australia and New Zealand, the SCLA benefits from international support and resources.

Structured to keep member fees affordable to all, the society relies on the voluntary support and work of its members and the society is primarily managed electronically, offering resources online and communicating via email. For more information visit their website at http://www.sclafrica.org