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Court Committees

The Technology and Construction Court Users’ Committees

The continuing ability of the Technology and Construction Court to meet the changing needs of all those involved in Technology and Construction Court litigation depends in large part upon a close working relationship between the Technology and Construction Court and its users.

London

. The Judge in Charge chairs meetings of the London Technology and Construction Court Users’ Committee (usually two meetings a year). The judge’s clerk acts as secretary to the Committee and takes the minutes of meetings. That Committee is made up of representatives of the London Technology and Construction Court judges, the barristers and solicitors who regularly use the Court, the professional bodies, such as architects, engineers and arbitrators, whose members are affected by the decisions of the Court, and representatives of both employers and contractors’ groups.

Outside London

. There are similar meetings of Technology and Construction Court Users’ Committees in Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Cardiff and Leeds. Each Users’ Committee is chaired by the full time Technology and Construction Court judge or the principal Technology and Construction Court judge in that location.

In General

The Technology and Construction Court regards these channels of communication as extremely important and all those who are concerned with the work of the Technology and Construction Court are encouraged to make full use of these meetings. Any suggestions or other correspondence raising matters for consideration by the Users’ Committee should, in the first instance, be addressed to the clerk to the Judge in Charge at the Rolls Building or to the clerk to the appropriate Technology and Construction Court judge outside London.



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