Building and Construction Law Journal (BCL)
Bridging the theory and practice of building and construction law
About the Journal
The Building and Construction Law Journal (ISSN: 0815-6050) provides an arena for the debate of relevant changes in building and construction law at both a national and international level. This journal provides an update on legislative change, as well as debate and analysis on building and construction claims, disputes, contracts and court decisions.
Every issue of the journal covers core subject-areas plus specially headnoted multi-jurisdictional building and construction law reports.
Michael Christie SC was admitted to the Bar in 1991. He is a graduate of Sydney and Oxford Universities and was formerly a part-time Lecturer at Sydney University Law School. He worked professionally with the former General Editor, the late John Dorter, over many years. More recently, he assisted Mr Dorter in relation to the journal and has been acting editor.
New South Wales and Queensland – Christopher Larcos
Victoria and Tasmania – John Sharkey AM
South Australia – Patrick O’Sullivan QC
Western Australia – Ian Nosworthy
Hong Kong – Alice To
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By Owen Hayford. This article considers the impact of proportionate liability legislation on contractual risk allocation, and why one might seek to contract out of the legislation.