Law student commended for Australian Brooking Prize in Construction Law

Phebe Mann receives her award

The Award was presented to Phebe Mann at the Inner Temple by Matthew Bell, Chair of the Judging Panel, Society of Construction Law, Australia

Phebe Mann, a final year student of Buckingham Law School, has been commended for her submission, “Is expert immunity from suit a thing of the past in construction law?”, entered for the Society of Construction Law (SCL) Australia’s 2011 Brooking Prize. The Honourable Robert Brooking AO QC announced the results at a SCL Construction Law Showcase Seminar at Melbourne Law School on 19 May 2011. The award was presented to Phebe at the Inner Temple Parliament Chamber by Matthew Bell, Chair of the judging panel.

Phebe is a student of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn, a Chartered Civil Engineer (CEng MICE), Chartered Surveyor (MRICS), Chartered Builder, a member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (MCIArb) and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA). Phebe has recently received her accolade of a Woman of Outstanding Achievement Tomorrow’s Leader Award for her contribution to the built environment at the Royal Academy of Engineering.

Phebe would like to thank Judith Bray for her support throughout her Law degree at Buckingham. Phebe is very grateful to His Honour Judge Philip Raynor QC for the valuable discussions with him on expert witnessing, the background research towards the Brooking Prize submission. She would like to contribute to commercial and construction law with her knowledge and experience in technology and construction.

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