ABA Forum on Construction Industry Scholarship
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
Posted by: CMCP
ABA Forum on the Construction Industry’s Scholarship to Attend the Annual
April 25 -27, 2013, at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort, in Dana
The ABA Forum on
the Construction Industry is a nationwide array of construction lawyers and
professionals. Our focus is "People Programs and Publications,” and we
provide unequalled opportunities to learn from top industry professionals and
exchange ideas with colleagues from around the country and beyond. Each year the Forum presents three national
programs to provide up to date information on issues of importance in
construction law. This year the Forum’s Annual Meeting will be held on April,
25-27 at the St. Regis Monarch Beach Resort, in Dana Point, California.
This program will
focus on the future of construction law.
We open with a look at how emerging hi-technology applications such as robotics,
and modular construction are helping the industry improve efficiency and
productivity. We will examine preference
programs in public contracting—will this trend continue—and we’ll look at the
future of construction insurance and bonding.
Our annual recognition of accomplishments and appointment of new
leadership will occupy the Thursday luncheon.
There is no more inspiring way to be introduced to the Forum. We will look at new technology tools for your
practice, and how new technologies are revolutionizing project bidding,
negotiations, documentation and management.
We round out the first day with a look at the future of the construction
On Friday we take a
hard look at changes in the practice of construction law, and we’ll offer
suggestions of how to thrive in this changing market-place. We’ll examine the impact of globalization on
construction dispute resolution, and move on to the trial time machine—the
future of preserving, finding, and presenting construction project data at
trial. You will have a wide array of
luncheon programs to choose from put on by the Forum Divisions. The afternoon is free.
Saturday morning begins
with a discussion of ethical business development and a number of ethical
workshops. The program then closes with the
ultimate in future, techie, and cool—a presentation about the building of the
International Space Station. Astronaut Dr.
David A. Wolf will share his insights about building in a weightless
environment at 17,000 mph with 500 degree temperature excursions.
The Forum is pleased to announce the availability of
up to six scholarships for local women and minority construction attorneys.
Individuals wishing to be considered as a
candidate for a scholarship should submit a copy of their resume and a brief
letter describing their construction law practice. Applications are due
no later than April 8, 2013. If
selected, candidates must commit to attend the full program on April 25-27,
2013. Scholarships are not transferable.
The Program scholarship includes:
• admission to
the Program with waiver of the registration fee;
• a set of
Program course materials;
breakfast on Thursday and lunch on Thursday;
• the Welcome
Reception on Thursday evening;
• the division lunch
programs on Friday;
• the diversity Reception
Applications for scholarship should be sent to Allen
Estes, Andy Howard, Roland Nikles, and Carol Patterson as follows:
Estes <Estes@OLES.com> ; Howard, Andy <Andy.Howard@alston.com> ;
Roland Nikles <email@example.com> ; Carol J. Patterson, Esq. <firstname.lastname@example.org> .
have any questions, please contact Allen, Andy, Roland, or Carol. We hope to see you there.