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Challenges In Construction & Property

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Come and join us for this event and meet other young professionals in the Construction and Property sectors, make connections and network with the opportunity to meet market leaders and learn more about your sector
23th April 2020 | London
Construction & Property Law How It Affects Your Daily Work

You are invited to attend our next event for young Construction & Property professionals on the topic of Construction & Property Law – How It Affects Your Daily Work

On 16 January 2020, CCP presented and discussed the use of new technology in construction and property. At our next event in April, we will discuss the implementation and implication of the new technology from a legal perspective. Our qualified lawyers and barristers speakers will breakdown this further from insurance, technology and property law point of view.

Come and join us and send us your questions that you wish to be answered.

  • An event organised by the young professionals at Silver Shemmings Ash for young professionals in   Construction & Property
  • An opportunity to meet your peers in both sectors
  • Your questions on the topic will be answered by industry experts

Venue: Glaziers Hall, 9 Montague Close, London Bridge, London  SE11 9DD

Time: 6.00pm – 8.30pm

Free To Attend & Complimentary Refreshments

  To request your place please email CCP@silverllp.com

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