Don’t Miss Out on Section Activities!

  • March 19, 2019

The 2018-2019 executive is excited to share our upcoming programs and initiatives with you.

2019 Atrium Law Student Essay Contest

Law students! Do you have a great essay related to general topics in Canadian construction and infrastructure law? Learn more about contest and submit your essay no later than March 31. The award includes a cash prize of $500!

Looking ahead on webinars: Mark your calendars!

  • New Technology and the Future of the Canadian Construction Industry (June 20, 2019)
    The Section will host an informative and interactive webinar with speakers David Feldman, Blakes LLP (Toronto) and Lampros Stougiannos, Miller Thomson LLP (Montreal). The webinar will address new technologies, the rapidly changing landscape and legal implications of modernization across the country. Stay tuned for more information.
  • Construction Law 101 Bootcamp (September 26, 2019)
    Plan to join this practical, hands-on webinar to gain the fundamental knowledge you need to develop your construction law practice. This "how to" program will be relevant to junior lawyers and law students practicing as either solicitors or litigators, who are interested in improving their skills in both construction drafting and dispute resolution. Details will be posted here when they become available.

Member Articles – now open access!

We are always looking for members to submit relevant and current articles on construction and infrastructure law issues under the Section’s article banner Skylines. This is a great opportunity for lawyers to give back to the profession and get published. Please contact us to contribute!

Visit Skylines for recently published articles on the Quebec Public Procurement Authority, Trusts and Bankruptcy under Ontario's Construction Act and Banning Bids from Litigious Contractors in B.C.


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Collin K. Hirschfeld, Q.C.
Chair, CBA Construction and Infrastructure Law Section