NETWORKING AT THE CONSTRUCTION LAW SUMMER SCHOOL
As well as being a fantastic learning opportunity, the Construction Law Summer School is also a chance to make lasting connections with other young lawyers from across the world, and from both private practice and in-house.
There are chances to network throughout the day, and each evening you can relax in the company of your colleagues with our nightly activities that take in the sights of historic Cambridge and give you a taste of student life at the college.
Our regular breaks throughout the summer school provide an opportunity to discuss the course with your fellow attendees alongside refreshments.
On Wednesday, enjoy a gala dinner in the college's historic main dining hall by candlelight. Formal dress/black tie is encouraged!
The River Cam runs past many of the oldest colleges in Cambridge. Get a riverside view of King's College Chapel, the Wren Library and the Bridge of Sighs.
Teams of delegates and speakers pit themselves against each other in our pub quiz. A British tradition and the cash bar will, of course, be open. A great way to get to know everyone at the start of the week.
Tour of Historic Cambridge
This walking tour of Cambridge led by expert guides will help you unravel the historic past of this university town. From the Corpus Clock, to Watson & Crick; from strange traditions around St Mary's Church to the mysteries of how students got a car on top of Senate House!
Open nightly, the college bar serves a wide range of soft and alcoholic beverages. (And if that isn't enough for you, you can always ask our team about the Cambridge nightlife!)
Please note the bar is CASH ONLY.
An international opportunity in the heart of Cambridge:
Not just for UK delegates! Previous attendees have been from more than 65 countries including:
- Saudi Arabia
JOIN PREVIOUS ATTENDEES FROM COMPANIES LIKE:
39 Essex Chambers // A & L Goodbody // Aarsleff AS // Addleshaw Goddard // AECOM // Al Shareef Holding // Al Tamimi & Co // Aldar Properties // Alstom Power Systems GmbH // Andritz Hydro GmbH // Argos Construction // Arthur Cox // Ashurst // Baker & McKenzie // Bateman Engineering // Dyson Bell // Bouygues Construction // Brunei Economic Development Board // Burges Salmon // Castren & Snellman Attorneys // CDP Partnership // Channel Energy // Charles Russell Speechlys // Clyde & Co // CMS CMS Cameron McKenna // Construction Management Association // Corbett & Co // DLA Piper // Dolphin Energy // DWF // EDF // Electricity Supply Board // Emaar Pakistan Group // Emergya Wind Technologies // Emirates Nuclear Energy Corp // European Investment Bank // Fenwick Elliott // Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer // HFW // Hogan Lovells // Hong Kong Housing Authority // Infrastructure Development Authority Punjab // Judicial Department of Fiji // Keating Chambers // Keystone Law // Kuwait Oil Company // Land & Water Partnership // Latham & Watkins // Liberty Chambers // Linklaters // London Underground // Mayer Brown I// National Pension Scheme Authority, Zambia // Niger Delta Power Holding // Pinheiro Guimaraes Advogados // Pinsent Masons // Rusatom Energy // Npower // Samir Khairallah & Partners // Sanol Engineering Consultants // Saudi Arabian Mining // Shell // Siemens // Sino Infrastructure Partnership // Southern Water Services // Squire Patton Boggs // SSE Renewables // Statkraft AS // Stephenson Harwood // Technimont Spa //Ted Jacob Engineering Group // Toshiba // TSK Flagsol Engineering GmbH // Uganda National Roads Authority // White & Case // Wolf Theiss Rechtsanwaelte GmbH // WSP Caribbean // Yara International // Zamil Utilities // Zurich // and many more...