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Prof. Anthony Lavers P.

Counsel

White & Case LLP

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White & Case LLP

1155 Avenue Of The Americas

New York, New York 10036

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Research
Keating Chambers

Member, Legal Practice Course
Oxford Institute of Legal Practice

Affiliations

Professor
Society of Construction Law

Employed Barristers Committee
Bar Council

Member of Council
Society of Construction Law

Fellow
Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors

Education

LLB

M.Sc
Construction Law and Dispute Resolution
King's College , London

Ph.D

National University of Singapore

Ph.D

University College , London

Ph.D

University of Portsmouth

Ph.D

University of Southampton

Web References (71 Total References)


Anthony Lavers read law at ...

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Anthony Lavers read law at University College, London (Joseph Hellyer Prize 1977) and the University of Southampton and taught it at the University of Portsmouth and the National University of Singapore, where he obtained his Ph.D for a thesis on professional liability in the construction and property-related professions. After a year as Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, Cambridge, he took up a senior post at Oxford Brookes University where he was successively Reader and Professor of Law. He also taught on the Legal Practice Course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. He was given a Visiting Chair in Law by Oxford Brookes when he left the University in 2001 and a Visiting Chair in Law by the University of Portsmouth in 2008. He was awarded a D.Litt by Portsmouth in 2006. He currently lectures on the M.Sc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at King's College, London and gives regular visiting post-graduate lectures at the Architectural Association and Birmingham School of Architecture and at Cambridge and Bath Universities.

National and international profile
Anthony Lavers has been a Member of Council of the Society of Construction Law since 1996 and was Vice-Chairman (2002-2004) and Chairman (2004-2006). He also chairs the SCL Hudson Prize Judging Panel. He was Co-ordinator of the Commission on Post-Construction Liability and Insurance of the International Council for Building Research 1995-2001 and edited the Commission's 19-country comparative study on post-construction liability which received a Commendation at the Chartered Institute of Builders Literary Awards. He has over 90 other publications, including Construction Law in Singapore and Malaysia (Butterworths, Asia) and Expert Witness in the RICS Case in Point series. In 2009 he co-authored FIDIC Contracts: Law and Practice (Informa, London), the leading text on the FIDIC forms of contract. Professor Lavers has given seminars and conference papers in 30 countries worldwide.
Professional/consultancy
During his time as an academic, Anthony Lavers was Consultant to Fishburn Boxer (1989-93) and to the Construction Group at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (1996-2001). A barrister, (Lincoln's, 1997), since 2001 he has divided his time between the London office of US law firm White & Case, where he is Counsel in the Construction & Engineering Practice Group, and his role at Keating Chambers. Much of his work at White & Case involves training, writing and professional development; he has also assisted in research on construction matters relating to projects in Algeria, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Kuwait, Lesotho, Morocco, Northern Ireland, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Rumania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Uzbekistan. Anthony Lavers, who qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2001, was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) in 2008. Anthony Lavers has served on the Employed Barristers Committee of the Bar Council since January 2010.
Director of Research and Professional Development, Keating Chambers
Anthony Lavers undertook his first pupillage at Keating Chambers 1997-98 (his second was at St. John's Chambers in Bristol). He was asked to act as Consultant to Chambers in 2001, advising on research, training and development issues. This role was confirmed in his (part-time) appointment in 2005 as Director of Research and Professional Development. Since 2002 Anthony Lavers has produced a regular update on legal developments, which is offered as a free service on the Chambers website. He advises on publications and seminar topics and content in relation to the many invitations received by Members of Chambers and was responsible for developing the Clerks Training Programme. He also provides technical and legal content for the Chambers website and other marketing related material.


Prof Anthony ...

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Prof Anthony Lavers

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Anthony Lavers read law at University College, London (Joseph Hellyer Prize 1977) and the University of Southampton and taught it at the University of Portsmouth and the National University of Singapore, where he obtained his Ph.D for a thesis on professional liability in the construction and property-related professions. After a year as Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, Cambridge, he took up a senior post at Oxford Brookes University where he was successively Reader and Professor of Law. He also taught on the Legal Practice Course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. He was given a Visiting Chair in Law by Oxford Brookes when he left the University in 2001 and a Visiting Chair in Law by the University of Portsmouth in 2008. He was awarded a D.Litt by Portsmouth in 2006 for "published work of high distinction".
Anthony Lavers has been a Member of Council of the Society of Construction Law since 1996 and was Vice-Chairman (2002-2004) and Chairman (2004-2006). He also chairs the SCL Hudson Prize Judging Panel. He was Co-ordinator of the Commission on Post-Construction Liability and Insurance of the International Council for Building Research 1995-2001 and edited the Commission's 19-country comparative study on post-construction liability which received a Commendation at the Chartered Institute of Builders Literary Awards. He has over 80 other publications, including Construction Law in Singapore and Malaysia (Butterworths, Asia) and Expert Witness in the RICS Case in Point series, and recently co-authored FIDIC Contracts Law and Practice (Informa 2009). Professor Lavers has given seminars and conference papers in 25 countries worldwide, including recent presentations to the European Society of Construction Law in Stockholm, Prague, Athens and Amsterdam.
During his time as an academic, Anthony Lavers was Consultant to Fishburn Boxer (1989-93) and to the Construction Group at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (1996-2001). A barrister, (Lincoln's, 1997), since 2001 he has divided his time between the London office of US law firm White & Case, where he is Counsel in the Construction & Engineering Practice Group, and his role at Keating Chambers. His work at White & Case involves training, writing and professional development; he has also assisted in research on construction matters relating to projects in Algeria, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Kuwait, Lesotho, Northern Ireland, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Rumania, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Ukraine and Uzbekistan. Anthony Lavers, who qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2001, was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) in 2008.


Professional Support and Research at Keating Chambers

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Anthony Lavers read law at University College, London (Joseph Hellyer Prize 1977) and the University of Southampton and taught it at the University of Portsmouth and the National University of Singapore, where he obtained his Ph.D for a thesis on professional liability in the construction and property-related professions. After a year as Visiting Scholar at Wolfson College, Cambridge, he took up a senior post at Oxford Brookes University where he was successively Reader and Professor of Law. He also taught on the Legal Practice Course at the Oxford Institute of Legal Practice. He was given a Visiting Chair in Law by Oxford Brookes when he left the University in 2001 and a Visiting Chair in Law by the University of Portsmouth in 2008. He was awarded a D.Litt by Portsmouth in 2006. He currently lectures on the M.Sc in Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at King's College, London and gives regular visiting post-graduate lectures at the Architectural Association and Birmingham School of Architecture and at Cambridge and Bath Universities.

National and international profile
Anthony Lavers has been a Member of Council of the Society of Construction Law since 1996 and was Vice-Chairman (2002-2004) and Chairman (2004-2006). He also chairs the SCL Hudson Prize Judging Panel. He was Co-ordinator of the Commission on Post-Construction Liability and Insurance of the International Council for Building Research 1995-2001 and edited the Commission's 19-country comparative study on post-construction liability which received a Commendation at the Chartered Institute of Builders Literary Awards. He has over 90 other publications, including Construction Law in Singapore and Malaysia (Butterworths, Asia) and Expert Witness in the RICS Case in Point series. In 2009 he co-authored FIDIC Contracts: Law and Practice (Informa, London), the leading text on the FIDIC forms of contract. Professor Lavers has given seminars and conference papers in 30 countries worldwide.
Professional/consultancy
During his time as an academic, Anthony Lavers was Consultant to Fishburn Boxer (1989-93) and to the Construction Group at Barlow Lyde & Gilbert (1996-2001). A barrister, (Lincoln's, 1997), since 2001 he has divided his time between the London office of US law firm White & Case, where he is Counsel in the Construction & Engineering Practice Group, and his role at Keating Chambers. Much of his work at White & Case involves training, writing and professional development; he has also assisted in research on construction matters relating to projects in Algeria, Germany, Hungary, Indonesia, Kuwait, Lesotho, Morocco, Northern Ireland, Oman, Peru, Qatar, Rumania, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Uzbekistan. Anthony Lavers, who qualified as a Chartered Surveyor in 2001, was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (FRICS) in 2008. Anthony Lavers has served on the Employed Barristers Committee of the Bar Council since January 2010.
Director of Research and Professional Development, Keating Chambers
Anthony Lavers undertook his first pupillage at Keating Chambers 1997-98 (his second was at St. John's Chambers in Bristol). He was asked to act as Consultant to Chambers in 2001, advising on research, training and development issues. This role was confirmed in his (part-time) appointment in 2005 as Director of Research and Professional Development. Since 2002 Anthony Lavers has produced a regular update on legal developments, which is offered as a free service on the Chambers website. He advises on publications and seminar topics and content in relation to the many invitations received by Members of Chambers and was responsible for developing the Clerks Training Programme. He also provides technical and legal content for the Chambers website and other marketing related material.


Speakers: Professor Anthony ...

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Speakers: Professor Anthony Lavers, LL.B M.Phil PhD D.Litt FRICS Barrister, Counsel in the Construction and Engineering Group at White & Case


FIDIC analysis - TunnelTalk

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Authors: Ellis Baker, Ben Mellors, Scott Chalmers and Anthony Lavers

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Anthony Lavers read law at University College, London and the University of Southampton and taught at the University of Portsmouth and the National University of Singapore, where he obtained his Ph.D. Called to the Bar in 1997, Professor Lavers joined White & Case in 2001. Chairman of the Society of Construction Law (2004-2006) he received a D.Litt from the University of Portsmouth in 2006 and was made a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors in 2008.

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