International Construction Law Association (ICLA)
Established in May 2015, the International Construction Law Association (ICLA) works in bringing together all the jurisdictions of law from around the globe and informing and debating comparatively on Construction Law issues.
Dr Wolfgang Breyer led the initiative by gathering together leading lawyers, barristers, construction professionals, judges, academics, universities and institutions from around the globe specialising in International Construction Law.
Construction projects have become increasingly international with stakeholders in the construction process coming from all parts of the world. Despite living in the “information age”, one key problem stakeholders face is the large information gap on Construction Law between the legal systems of countries. Additionally, stakeholders are not fully aware of how international construction contracts operate under the mandatory law of a country. The ICLA aims to provide solutions to these (and other) issues leading the way in bridging the gap between the legal systems of the world.
The ICLA works in co-operation with the reputable Centre of Construction Law, King’s College London (UK), Peking Law School (China), University of Copenhagen (Denmark), British University in Dubai (UAE), Moscow State University (Russia), University of Stuttgart (Germany) and Melbourne University (Australia).
The ICLA welcomes new members with both individual and corporate membership available. For more information on membership see www.icl-assoc.com.