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News » UK » New director for construction law centre » published 30 Jan 2013

New director for construction law centre

Dr David Mosey, head of projects and construction at law firm Trowers & Hamlins, has been offered a chair of law at King's College London as director of its Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution.

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Dr Mosey has led the construction practice of Trowers & Hamlins for 21 years and has specialised in collaborative working.  For six years he co-led the government's National Change Agent programme, helping to make savings in social housing.  He advises on the government's Highways Maintenance Efficiency Programme and on several CITB-ConstructionSkills procurement initiatives.  He is also on the Cabinet Office/Infrastructure UK Trial Project Delivery Group and Trial Project Support Group.

His new role at King's College London will include delivery of the MSc course in construction law, while also developing the centre's links to government and the construction industry.  Dr Moesey will work with founders of the centre, John Uff QC and Phillip Capper (Nash Professor of Engineering), plus a wider team including the newly recruited Professor Renato Nazzini and Dr Francine Baker.

Dr Mosey said: "In these difficult economic times, the UK construction industry requires sustained support for its commitment to best practice.  I look forward to working with King's College London through their education and research agendas to help provide that support."

At Trowers & Hamlins, Stephanie Canham and Charles Morrish will take over as national and London heads from early April, and David will continue to act as a consultant to the firm.

 

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This article was published on 30 Jan 2013 (last updated on 30 Jan 2013).

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