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16 Jun 2010

Essay prize recognises CU senior associate's original thought

Sydney senior associate Mathew Stulic has received another title - winner of the SCL Hudson Prize essay competition 2009 for his essay "Prevention and the Allocation of the Risk of Project Delays: Evolution or Revolution?".

The prize, awarded by the UK's Society of Construction Law, is a prestigious one for construction lawyers, as it recognises an original scholarly contribution.

Mathew, who's just returned from London where he presented a paper based on his essay, discussed the operation of the prevention principle and the potential impact of recent Australian and UK judicial statements on the contractual allocation of the risk of project delays.

Reflecting the depth of talent in the Clayton Utz' Construction & Major Projects team, senior associate Trevor Thomas was also acknowledged with a 'Highly Commended' for his essay "Contract: what contract?"

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