Category: News
CCCL Fellows hold their 25th Annual Conference
June 10, 2022 / News   

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CCCL Fellows hold their 25th Annual Conference Halifax, June 10th, 2022 The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers held its Twenty-Fifth Annual Conference from May 26 to 29, …  More >


Canadian College of Construction Lawyers adds ten outstanding new Fellows
January 28, 2022 / News   

The College is pleased to invite the following ten (10) leading practitioners for induction into the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers: • Mélanie Jacques, in-house Hydro-Québec (Montreal) • Horia Bundaru, …  More >


CCCL Fellows Gather Virtually for 24th Annual Conference
June 23, 2021 / Conference, News   

The Canadian College of Construction Lawyers held its Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference on May 28 and 29, 2021. Under the theme of “It’s Complicated!” Dealing with Construction’s Increasing Complexity, more than …  More >


Award Winner
June 21, 2021 / News   

Our colleague and CCCL Fellow Brendan Bowles is being recognized by the Ontario Bar Association on June 29 with its Award of Excellence in Construction & Infrastructure Law. Details respecting the OBA’s event …  More >


Book publication
May 25, 2021 / News   

Our colleague and CCCL Fellow Dan Levert has published a book titled:  On Cold Iron: A Story of Hubris and the 1907 Quebec Bridge Collapse. A review of it can be …  More >


The Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes in Canada’s New CCDC 2-2020 Construction Contract
May 15, 2021 / News   

An article of interest titled “The Alternative Dispute Resolution Processes in Canada’s New CCDC 2-2020 Construction Contract” has been provided to this website by Harvey J. Kirsh, the First President …  More >


Attention University Students: The J. Stephen Tatrallyay Memorial Award
February 24, 2021 / News   

The College has established and administers the J. Stephen Tatrallyay Memorial Prize ($1,500) given in respect of academic student publishable papers on any current issue of interest to construction law practitioners and topical to the practice of construction law in Canada.


Canadian College of Construction Lawyers adds seven outstanding new Fellows
January 16, 2021 / News   

Following their induction, the College is pleased to welcome the following seven (7) outstanding new Fellows from across Canada


One of our Founding Fellows, John Brunner, has passed away at the age of 83
July 9, 2020 / News   

It is with regret and sadness that we advise that one of our Founding Fellows, John Brunner, has passed away at the age of 83 years. John was a wonderful man …  More >


CCCL Fellows develop new course in construction law at Western University
June 9, 2020 / News   

The CCCL is proud to announce that two of our Fellows: Marcia J. Oliver & John Margie, along with Josh Strub of PNR RailWorks have developed and started teaching a …  More >


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