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Professor David Mosey PhD is Director of the Centre of Construction Law and Dispute Resolution at the Dickson Poon School of Law.  He joined the Centre in May 2013 after spending 33 years as a specialist construction lawyer, including over 20 years as Head of Projects and Construction at solicitors Trowers and Hamlins LLP where he headed a national team of over 30 lawyers. During his career in private practice Professor Mosey advised on a wide variety of construction and engineering projects in the UK and internationally, with a particular focus on improving procurement and contractual techniques for project delivery.


Procurement Strategies for Incentivising Collaborative Delivery to Optimise Whole-life Outcomes

Professor Mosey’s research interests focus on the interdisciplinary relationships of construction law with the evolving practices of procurement and project management. This includes research into partnering, alliancing, joint ventures and other models for collaborative working. Professor Mosey is involved in a current research project for the UK Government in relation to procurement, early contractor involvement and supply chain management, and has established King’s College London as an academic partner of Constructing Excellence and the Cabinet Office. He is also exploring the potential and legal challenges of Building Information Modelling and the impact of construction projects on the community.

Professor of Law

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