The Construction Law Section members share common interests on a wide variety of issues related to the construction industry and all aspects of government procurement. Its members are a mix of attorneys in private practice and in-house including Assistant Attorneys General who represent federal, state, county, local, city, school districts, hospitals and special use agencies, private owners, contractors, engineers, architects, manufacturers and suppliers. Its members engage in a broad spectrum of business activities relating to contract drafting and negotiation, bidding processes, as well as all varieties of dispute resolution including arbitration, mediation, litigation and bid protest.
The Section sponsors a yearly all-day CLE, periodically publishes a newsletter and other special projects, as well as meets several times a year for an informal discussion with a special topic speaker, followed by a social hour.
For more information on the many benefits of section membership, see the Construction Law Section website. For general questions, please e-mail inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.