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Live Lovell's legal surgeries

The priority for NCE's coverage of construction law is to tap into exactly the issues that affect the profession today.

The NCE/Lovells legal surgeries will enable civil engineers to discuss their legal problems and concerns directly with legal experts and other engineers to find direct solutions to problems and to pass on experiences to other engineers.

Too many legal seminars see lawyers dryly explain cases and theory to slumbering delegates.

We do not intend to add to this gloom. Instead, and with your help, the NCE/Lovells surgeries will use real people, real problems and real cases to explain the issues of the moment.

The surgeries will be staged around the UK so local legal issues can be addressed. Venues planned so far are in Birmingham, Manchester and London and the surgeries start in spring next year.

Feedback from NCE readers over the next six months will uncover the key construction law issues faced by civil engineers across the UK. We will then tailor the live surgeries to take on the specific issues faced by readers in each location.

For further information and to register interest in the NCE/Lovells legal surgeries visit www.

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