09 Jun 2011
2011 Brooking Prize - Construction & Major Projects Graduate-at-Law takes out highest award
Dado Hrustanpasic's essay was one of only five to be highly commended.
On 19 May the results of the 2011 Brooking Prize were announced at the Society of Construction Law seminar, held at Melbourne University.
I am very pleased to announce that a Graduate-at-Law from our Construction & Major Projects Melbourne group, Dado Hrustanpasic, received a "High Commendation" for his essay "Time-Bars and the Prevention Principle: Using Common-Sense Causation and Fair Extensions of Time".
Dado's essay was the only one (out of the five that were mentioned) to receive such a commendation. Congratulations Dado – a fantastic achievement!
Congratulations also to Trevor Thomas and Matthew Bell from our Melbourne office on their excellent presentations of their respective award-winning essays.
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