Society of Construction Law New Zealand Incorporated (SCL)
The New Zealand Society of Construction Law was formed in 2005 to promote research and education in the field of construction law and a means by which people from throughout the industry could come together to discuss issues relating to construction law.
About the Society of Construction Law
Being an interest group and not a professional institute, the SCL has a range of members from all sectors of the construction industry, including lawyers, architects, engineers, quantity surveyors, contractors, project managers, insurers and academics.
Branch Meetings

The Society meets regularly for presentations by speakers, and these meetings also provide an opportunity for informal networking. Meetings are usually held monthly in the main centres and streamed live. Copies of presentations, papers and some recorded sessions are posted to the Members Only section of the website.

Student Website Access to the Members Only area of the SCL(NZ) website and SCL(Intl) website

To assist and support students studying construction law (whether directly or indirectly), SCL has implemented a Student Website Access arrangement which will enable an eligible tertiary student to be given access to the Members Only area of the SCL(NZ) and SCL(Intl) websites at no membership cost. SCL(Intl) houses published papers from the worldwide Societies of Construction Law, including the SCL(UK).

Please visit our website for more information on the Society, membership benefits and application form to apply for Student Website Access or full membership.